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Translation of "rose" - English-Spanish dictionary

rose

noun /rəuz/
a kind of brightly-coloured/-colored, usually sweet-scented flower, usually with sharp thorns. rosa (also adjective) (of) a pink colour/color rosa Her dress was pale rose. rosette /rəˈzet, (American) rou-/ noun a badge or decoration in the shape of a rose, made of coloured/colored ribbon etc escarapela Her poodle won a rosette in the dog show. rosy adjective ( comparative rosier, superlative rosiest) rose-coloured/-colored; pink rosado rosy cheeks. bright; hopeful brillante, prometedor His future looks rosy. rosily adverb con tono rosado rosiness noun cualidad de rosado rosefish noun North Atlantic rose-coloured/-colored fish used for food. gallineta nórdica rose hip noun the red fruit of a rose, which is rich in vitamin C. escaramujo rosewood noun, adjective (of) a dark wood used for making furniture palo de rosa, palisandro a rose wood cabinet. look at / see through rose-coloured/-colored spectacles/glasses to take an over-optimistic view of verlo todo color de rosa She tends to look at the world through rose-coloured glasses.
Translations of “rose”
in Arabic وَرْدة…
in Korean 장미…
in Malaysian bunga ros, warna merah jambu…
in French rose…
in Turkish gül…
in Italian rosa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 植物, 玫瑰, 薔薇…
in Russian роза…
in Polish róża…
in Vietnamese hoa hồng, màu hồng…
in Portuguese rosa…
in Thai ดอกกุหลาบ, สีชมพูแดง…
in German die Rose, das Rosarot, Rosarot-……
in Catalan rosa…
in Japanese バラ…
in Indonesian mawar, merah muda…
in Chinese (Simplified) 植物, 玫瑰, 蔷薇…
(Definition of rose from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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