Significado de “blush” - en el Diccionario Inglés

blush en inglés británico

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blushverb [ I ]

uk /blʌʃ/ us /blʌʃ/

B2 to become pink in the face, usually from embarrassment:

I always blush when I speak in public.
I blush to think of what a fool I made of myself.

Más ejemplos

  • I blush whenever I think about it - it was awful!
  • Even the mention of her name makes him blush.
  • She blushed with embarrassment.
  • Here comes your favourite person now - look, you're blushing!
  • The poor boy was blushing when the headmistress made him come up to collect his prize.

blushnoun

/blʌʃ/

[ C ] a pink colour in the face, usually from embarrassment:

A blush of shame crept up his face.

[ C or U ] a pink wine

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Modismos

(Definición de blush del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

blush en inglés americano

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blushverb [ I ]

us /blʌʃ/

blush verb [ I ] (REDDEN)

to become redder or darker in the face, usually from embarrassment:

He blushed at the thought of what he’d done.

blushnoun

us /blʌʃ/

blush noun (RED COLOR)

[ C ] a red color on the face, usually from embarrassment

blush noun (MAKEUP)

[ U ] a substance, often a powder, put on the face to add a slightly red color

(Definición de blush del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)