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auburnadjective, noun [U]

 us   /ˈɔ·bərn/
(of) a red-brown color: auburn hair [U] Browns in the picture were highlighted with auburn.
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Translations of “auburn”
in Korean 고동색…
in Arabic أسمر مِحمِرّ…
in Malaysian aubum…
in Russian темно-рыжий…
in Chinese (Traditional) (頭髮)紅褐色的…
in Italian fulvo…
in Turkish kestane rengi, kızıla çalan kahverengi…
in Polish kasztanowy…
in Spanish caoba, Marrón Claro…
in Vietnamese màu nâu vàng…
in Portuguese acaju…
in Thai สีน้ำตาลแดง…
in Catalan castany rogenc…
in Japanese 赤褐色の, とび色の…
in Chinese (Simplified) (头发)红褐色的,赭色的…
in Indonesian pirang…
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