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garish

adjective   /ˈɡeə.rɪʃ/ disapproving
unpleasantly bright chillón, estridente a pair of garish Bermuda shorts1507
(Definition of garish from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

garish

adjective /ˈɡeəriʃ/
unpleasantly bright or showy chillón, llamativo, estridente a garish shirt His taste in clothes is rather garish.
garishly adverb
chillonamente, llamativamente a garishly dressed young man.
garishness noun
estridencia, llamatividad the garishness of the decor.
(Definition of garish from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “garish”
in Vietnamese loè loẹt, sặc sỡ…
in Malaysian menyilaukan…
in Thai ฉูดฉาด…
in French criard…
in German grell…
in Chinese (Simplified) 过分鲜艳的, 花哨的, 炫目的…
in Turkish çok parlak, cafcaflı, janjanlı…
in Russian кричащий (о цвете)…
in Indonesian norak…
in Chinese (Traditional) 過分鮮艶的, 花哨的, 炫目的…
in Polish jaskrawy…
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