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Translation of "khaki" - English-Spanish dictionary

khaki

noun [no plural]   /ˈkɑː·ki/
a yellow-brown colour, originally worn by soldiers caqui
khakis [plural] US
trousers made from yellow-brown cloth pantalones de color caqui He was wearing khakis and a blue shirt.
khaki adjective   /ˈkɑː·ki/
(Definition of khaki from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

khaki

noun /ˈkaːki/
a dull brownish or greenish yellow caqui The soldiers were dressed in khaki (also adjective) a khaki uniform.
(Definition of khaki from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “khaki”
in Korean 카키색…
in Arabic كاكي…
in Malaysian berwarna khaki…
in French kaki…
in Russian хаки…
in Chinese (Traditional) 卡其色(的),土黃色(的)…
in Italian color cachi…
in Turkish hâkî renk, asker yeşili/hâkîsi…
in Polish khaki…
in Vietnamese kaki, có màu kaki…
in Portuguese cáqui…
in Thai สีกากี…
in German das Khaki…
in Catalan caqui…
in Japanese カーキー色…
in Chinese (Simplified) 卡其色(的),土黄色(的)…
in Indonesian khaki…
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