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Translation of "yellow" - English-Spanish dictionary

yellow

adjective, noun /ˈjeləu/
(of) the colour/color of gold, the yolk of an egg etc
amarillo
a yellow dress yellow sands Yellow is my favourite/favorite colour/color.
yellowness noun
amarillento
yellow fever noun (medical) an infectious, often fatal, tropical disease that affects the liver and kidneys. It causes jaundice and fever, and is transmitted by mosquitoes
fiebre amarilla
He contracted yellow fever, but survived.
yellow metal noun a type of brass that contains about 60 percent copper and 40 percent zinc.
metal amarillo
Translations of “yellow”
in Arabic أصفَر…
in Korean 노란…
in Malaysian kuning…
in French jaune…
in Turkish sarı, sarı renkli…
in Italian giallo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 黃色(的)…
in Russian желтый…
in Polish żółty…
in Vietnamese màu vàng…
in Portuguese amarelo…
in Thai สีเหลือง…
in German gelb, das Gelb…
in Catalan groc…
in Japanese 黄色い…
in Indonesian kuning…
in Chinese (Simplified) 黄色(的)…
(Definition of yellow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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