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Turkish translation of “brown”

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brown

adjective
 
 
/braʊn/
COLOUR A1 being the same colour as chocolate or soil
çikolata veya toprak rengi
a brown leather bag dark brown hair/eyes Common coloursLess common colours
SKIN having darker skin because you have been in the sun
esmer, yanmış, bronzlaşmış
The skin, and skin colour
brown noun [C, U] A2 the colour brown
kahve rengi, kestane rengi
Common coloursLess common colours
Translations of “brown”
in Korean 갈색의…
in Arabic بُنّي اللَوْن…
in French marron, brun, bronzé…
in Italian bruno, castano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 棕色(的),褐色(的)…
in Russian коричневый, загорелый…
in Polish brązowy…
in Spanish marrón, moreno, bronceado…
in Portuguese marrom, castanho…
in German braun…
in Catalan marró, castany…
in Japanese 茶色の, 褐色の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 棕色(的),褐色(的)…
(Definition of brown from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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