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dusk

noun [no plural]   /dʌsk/
the time in the evening when it starts to become dark atardecer
(Definition of dusk from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dusk

noun /dask/
(the time of) partial darkness after the sun sets; twilight crepúsculo At dusk the sky has a reddish colour/color.
dusky adjective
dark-coloured. moreno
duskiness noun
obscuridad
(Definition of dusk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “dusk”
in Korean 땅거미…
in Arabic غَسَق…
in Malaysian senja…
in French crépuscule…
in Russian закат…
in Chinese (Traditional) 黃昏…
in Italian tramonto…
in Turkish gün batımı, akşam karanlığı…
in Polish zmierzch, zmrok…
in Vietnamese lúc chạng vạng…
in Portuguese crepúsculo…
in Thai เวลาเย็นก่อนค่ำ, เวลาโพล้เพล้, สนธยา…
in German die Abenddämmerung…
in Catalan capvespre…
in Japanese たそがれ時…
in Chinese (Simplified) 黄昏…
in Indonesian senjakala…
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