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Translation of "drab" - English-Spanish dictionary

drab

adjective   /dræb/ (drabber, drabbest) disapproving
boring, especially in appearance; having little colour and excitement apagado, monótono She walked through the city centre with its drab, grey buildings and felt depressed. I feel so drab in this grey uniform.15061070
drabness noun [no plural]   /ˈdræb.nəs/
(Definition of drab from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

drab

adjective /drӕb/ ( comparative drabber, superlative drabbest)
dull and uninteresting, especially in colour/color apagado, soso, sin gracia, gris drab clothes.
drably adverb
apagadamente a drably dressed woman.
drabness noun
falta de gracia the drabness of his surroundigs.
(Definition of drab from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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