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Traducción de "black" - Diccionario Inglés-Turco

black

noun
 
 
/blæk/
COLOUR [C, U] A2 the colour of coal or of the sky on a very dark night
siyah
She always dresses in black (= in black clothes). Black, white and grey
PERSON [C] a black person
zenci
People of specific racial or ethnic background
in the black If your bank account is in the black, it contains some money.
banka hesabında bakiyenin az olması
Wealthiness and wealthy
→  See also jet-black , in black and white
Traducciones de “black”
en árabe أسْوَد…
en coreano 검정색…
in Malaysian warna hitam, orang kulit hitam…
en francés noir, Noir, Noire…
en italiano nero…
en chino (tradicionál) 顏色, 黑色的, 黑的…
en ruso черный цвет, негр…
en polaco czerń, czarnoskór-y/a, Murzyn/ka…
in Vietnamese màu đen, người da đen…
en español negro…
en portugués preto…
in Thai สีดำ, นิโกร, คนผิวดำ…
en alemán das Schwarz, der/die Schwarze…
en catalán negre…
en japonés 黒, 黒色…
in Indonesian hitam, Negro…
en chino (simplificado) 颜色, 黑色的, 黑的…
(Definition of black noun from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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