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blue

adjective /bluː/
of the colour/color of a cloudless sky
azul
blue paint Her eyes are blue.
sad or depressed
triste, deprimido, melancólico
I’m feeling blue today.
blueness noun
azul, lo azul
the blueness of the sky.
bluish adjective quite blue; close to blue
azulado
a bluish green.
bluebell noun a plant with blue bell-shaped flowers that grows in gardens or in the countryside.
Jacinto de los Bosques
blueberry noun ( plural blueberries) a dark blue edible berry that grows on a bush
Arándano
(also adjective) blueberry pie.
bluebottle noun a kind of large house-fly with a blue abdomen.
moscón
blue-collar adjective (of workers) wearing overalls and working in factories etc
obrero
Blue-collar workers are demanding the same pay as office staff.
blueprint noun a detailed photographic plan of work to be carried out
anteproyecto
the blueprints for a new aircraft.
Bluetooth noun (trademark ) (computing) a type of radio technology that uses short-wave radio frequencies to connect computers, mobile phones/cell phones, and other electronic devices without the need for wires
Bluetooth
Bluetooth headsets.
once in a blue moon very seldom
de higos a brevas
He visits his mother once in a blue moon.
out of the blue without warning
como caído del cielo, de improviso
He arrived out of the blue, without calling first.
the blues noun plural (informal) low spirits; depression
melancolía, depresión
He’s got a bad case of the blues.
(Definition of blue from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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