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Portuguese translation of “red”

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red

noun
 
/red/
A2 the colour of blood
vermelho
be in the red If your bank account is in the red, you have spent more money than there was in it.
estar no vermelho
see red to become very angry
ficar bravo
Bad drivers make me see red.
Translations of “red”
in Korean 핏빛, 빨강…
in Arabic الَّلون الأحْمَر…
in French rouge, roux, communiste…
in Italian rosso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 紅,紅色…
in Russian красный цвет…
in Turkish al, kan kırmızısı, al renk…
in Polish czerwień…
in Spanish rojo, pelirrojo, comunista…
in German rot…
in Catalan vermell…
in Japanese 赤, 赤色…
in Chinese (Simplified) 红,红色…
(Definition of red noun from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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