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wan

adjective /won/
pale and sickly-looking
pálido, macilento; débil
She still looks wan after her illness.
wanly adverb
pálidamente, macilentamente; débilmente
wanness noun
palidez; debilidad
Translations of “wan”
in Korean 병약한, 창백한…
in Arabic شاحِب…
in French pâle…
in Italian smorto…
in Chinese (Traditional) (面部)蒼白的,顯得疲憊的…
in Russian бледный…
in Turkish bitik, beti benzi atmış…
in Polish blady, mizerny…
in Portuguese pálido, abatido…
in German blaß…
in Catalan macilent…
in Japanese (顔が)青白い…
in Chinese (Simplified) (面部)苍白的,显得疲惫的…
(Definition of wan from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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