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silhouettenoun [C/U]

us   /ˌsɪl·uˈet/
a dark shape seen against a light background: [U] An unidentified witness was shown on camera in silhouette.
silhouette
verb [T] us   /ˌsɪl·uˈet/
Kate was silhouetted in the pale light of the porch.
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Translations of “silhouette”
in Vietnamese chân dung, hình bóng…
in Spanish silueta…
in Malaysian siluet, bayang…
in Thai โครงร่าง, ภาพเงา…
in French silhouette…
in German die Silhouette, das Schattenbild…
in Chinese (Traditional) 剪影, 逆光黑影, 輪廓…
in Russian силуэт…
in Turkish silüet, gölge görüntü…
in Chinese (Simplified) 剪影, 逆光黑影, 轮廓…
in Indonesian profil, siluet…
in Polish zarys, sylwetka…
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