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Translation of "dark" - English-Spanish dictionary

dark

adjective   /dɑːk/
A1 nearer to black than white in colour oscuro dark blue/green
A2 with no light or not much light oscuro It doesn’t get dark until nine o’clock at night.
having black or brown hair or brown skin moreno A short, dark woman with glasses arrived.
noun [no plural]   /dɑːk/
the dark
B1 a lack of light in a place la oscuridad He’s scared of the dark.
before/after dark
B1 before or after it becomes night antes/después del anochecer She doesn’t let her children out after dark.
be in the dark
to not know about something that other people know about no estar al corriente
(Definition of dark from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dark

adjective /daːk/
without light oscuro a dark room It’s getting dark.
blackish or closer to black than white oscuro a dark red colour a dark (= not very white or fair) complexion Her hair is dark.
evil and usually secret misterioso, oscuro, secreto dark deeds a dark secret.
darken verb
to make or become dark or darker oscurecer She darkened her eyebrows with a brown pencil The sky gradually darkened.
darkness noun
the state of being dark oscuridad The car sped away into the darkness of the night.
dark glasses noun plural
glasses with dark-coloured/dark-colored lenses, worn to protect your eyes from the sun or to hide your eyes so that you are not recognized Gafas de Sol He was wearing dark glasses.
darkroom noun
a room from which all light can be blocked out, used for developing film using chemicals. Cuarto Oscuro
keep it dark
to keep something a secret mantener algo en secreto They’re engaged to be married, but they want to keep it dark.
(Definition of dark from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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