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Translation of "haze" - English-Spanish dictionary

haze

noun /heiz/
a thin mist neblina The mountains were dim through the haze. hazy adjective ( comparative hazier, superlative haziest) misty brumoso, calinoso a hazy view of the valley below. not clear or certain confuso, vago a hazy idea I’m a bit hazy about what happened. haziness noun lo brumoso, lo calinoso; confusión, vaguedad
Translations of “haze”
in Arabic دُخان, ضَباب, غَيْم…
in Korean 아지랑이…
in Malaysian jerebu…
in French brume (légère)…
in Turkish pus, hafif sis…
in Italian foschia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 霧氣, 煙霧(靄、霾)…
in Russian дымка…
in Polish mgiełka, opary…
in Vietnamese sương mù…
in Portuguese bruma…
in Thai เมฆหมอก…
in German der Dunst…
in Catalan calitja, boirina…
in Japanese もや, かすみ…
in Indonesian kabut tipis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雾气, 烟雾…
(Definition of haze from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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