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Translation of "shadow" - English-Spanish dictionary

shadow

noun /ˈʃӕdəu/
(a patch of) shade on the ground etc caused by an object blocking the light sombra We are in the shadow of that building. (in plural with the) darkness or partial darkness caused by lack of (direct) light sombra The child was afraid that wild animals were lurking in the shadows at the corner of his bedroom. a dark patch or area ojera You look tired – there are shadows under your eyes. a very slight amount sombra There’s not a shadow of doubt that he stole the money. shadowy adjective full of shadows sombrío shadowy corners. dark and indistinct vago A shadowy figure went past. shadowiness noun sombra worn to a shadow made thin and weary through eg hard work reducido a la sombra de lo que fue She was worn to a shadow after months of nursing her sick husband.
(Definition of shadow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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