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cream

adjective     /kriːm/
having a yellowish-white colour 奶油色的,淡黃色的,米黃色的 a cream shirt 淡黃色的襯衫 Less common coloursCommon colours
Translations of “cream”
in Korean 크림색의…
in Arabic قِشْدي اللون, كريمي…
in Portuguese creme…
in Catalan crema…
in Japanese クリーム色の…
in Italian color crema…
in Russian кремовый…
in Turkish krem renkli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 奶油色的,淡黄色的,米黄色的…
in Polish kremowy…
(Definition of cream adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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