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pasteladjective

us   /pæsˈtel/
  • pastel adjective (COLOR)

(of colors) pale and soft

pastelnoun [C]

us   /pæsˈtel/
  • pastel noun [C] (COLORED STICK)

a soft, powdery, coloring material that is pressed into a stick and is used for drawing, or a picture made using these sticks
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Traducciones de “pastel”
en coreano 은은한 색조의…
en árabe لَون فاتِح…
in Malaysian pastel…
en francés pastel…
en ruso пастельный…
en chino (tradicionál) 材料, 彩色蠟筆, 彩色粉筆…
en italiano pastello…
en turco soluk renkli, pastel…
en polaco pastelowy…
en español pastel…
in Vietnamese màu nhạt…
en portugués pastel…
in Thai สีซีด…
en alemán Pastell-……
en catalán pastel…
en japonés パステルカラーの…
en chino (simplificado) 材料, 彩色蜡笔, 彩色粉笔…
in Indonesian warna muda…
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