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Meaning of “garish” - Learner’s Dictionary

garish

adjective     /ˈɡeərɪʃ/
unpleasantly bright in colour, or decorated too much: a garish red jacketThe qualities of colour
Translations of “garish”
in Spanish chillón, estridente, llamativo…
in Vietnamese loè loẹt, sặc sỡ…
in Thai ฉูดฉาด…
in Malaysian menyilaukan…
in French criard…
in German grell…
in Indonesian norak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 过分鲜艳的, 花哨的, 炫目的…
in Turkish çok parlak, cafcaflı, janjanlı…
in Russian кричащий (о цвете)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 過分鮮艶的, 花哨的, 炫目的…
in Polish jaskrawy…
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