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Meaning of “auburn” - Learner’s Dictionary

auburn

adjective     /ˈɔːbən/
Auburn hair is red-brown.Hair colour
Translations of “auburn”
in Korean 고동색…
in Arabic أسمر مِحمِرّ…
in Portuguese acaju…
in Catalan castany rogenc…
in Japanese 赤褐色の, とび色の…
in Italian fulvo…
in Chinese (Traditional) (頭髮)紅褐色的…
in Russian темно-рыжий…
in Turkish kestane rengi, kızıla çalan kahverengi…
in Chinese (Simplified) (头发)红褐色的,赭色的…
in Polish kasztanowy…
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