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paleadjective

uk   /peɪl/  us   /peɪl/
B2 used to describe a person's face or skin if it has less colour than usual, for example when the person is or ill or frightened, or if it has less colour than people generally have: You're looking pale - are you feeling well? She has a naturally pale complexion and dark hair.
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A2 A pale light or colour is not bright or strong: She wore a pale blue hat. pale winter sunlight

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paleverb [I]

uk   /peɪl/  us   /peɪl/
(Definition of pale from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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paleadjective [-er/-est only]

 us   /peɪl/
(of a person’s face) having less color than usual, or (of a color or light) not bright or strong: a pale blue scarf A pale young man answered the door.

paleverb [I]

 us   /peɪl/
to become lighter than usual in color: Madeleine sickened and paled during the next two days.
(Definition of pale from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “pale”
en coreano 창백한…
en árabe شاحِب…
in Malaysian pucat…
en francés pâle…
en ruso бледный…
en chino (tradicionál) (臉色或膚色)蒼白的,白的, 暗淡的, 淺的,淡的…
en italiano pallido…
en turco uçuk, solgun, donuk…
en polaco blady…
en español pálido, claro…
in Vietnamese nhợt nhạt, tái…
en portugués pálido…
in Thai ซีด, (สี) ซีด…
en alemán blaß…
en catalán pàl·lid…
en japonés (顔が)青白い…
en chino (simplificado) (脸色或肤色)苍白的,白的, 暗淡的, 浅的,淡的…
in Indonesian pucat, warna muda…
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