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Translation of "shade" - English-Spanish dictionary

shade

noun /ʃeid/
slight darkness caused by the blocking of some light sombra I prefer to sit in the shade rather than the sun. the dark parts of a picture sombra the clever use of light and shade in the portrait. something that screens or shelters from light or heat pantalla, visera a large sunshade a shade for a light. a variety of a colour/color; a slight difference tono, matiz a pretty shade of green shades of meaning. a slight amount poquito The weather is a shade better today. shaded adjective (of parts of a picture) made darker sombreado the shaded area of the diagram. shades noun plural (especially American) sunglasses gafas de sol He’s wearing a pair of shades. shading noun (in a picture etc) the marking that shows the darker parts. sombreado shady adjective ( comparative shadier, superlative shadiest) sheltered or giving shelter from heat or light a la sombra a shady tree a shady corner of the garden. dishonest sospechoso, turbio a shady business. shadiness noun sombra put in the shade to cause to seem unimportant eclipsar She is so beautiful that she puts her sister in the shade.
(Definition of shade from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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