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Spanish Word: color
The Spanish Word for color
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Translated sentences containing 'color'
What's your favourite color?
¿Qué color es su favorito?
This television is worse in color than Tomas'.
Esta televisión está peor en color que la de Tomás.
What color?
¿De qué color?
What's the color of the phlegm? Is it clear, yellow, green?
¿De qué color es la flema? ¿Es clara, es amarilla, es verde?
What's the color of the phlegm? Is it clear, yellow?
¿De qué color es la flema? ¿Es clara, es amarilla?
Mosquitos are more attracted to the color blue than any other color.
Los zancudos son atraídos al color azul más que cualquier otro color.
My favorite color is pink.
Mi color favorito es el rosado.
What color is your dress?
¿De qué color es tu vestido?
Here is a colored pencil for coloring.
Aquí hay un lápiz de color para colorear.
Mosquitos are more attracted to the color blue than any other color.
Los zancudos son atraídos al color azul más que cualquier otro color.
What color do you want?
¿Qué color quiere?
OK, but we must mix that color.
Bueno, pero debemos mezclar ese color.
My favorite color is pink.
Mi color favorito es el rosa.
I don't like the color / the fabric.
No me gusta el color / la tela.
I like the color a lot.
El color me gusta mucho.
You don't like the color.
No te gusta el color.
For me, the color of the car is very important.
Para mí, el color del coche es muy importante.
The apples are getting their ripened color.
Ya se colorean las manzanas.
The color doesn't suit me.
El color no me sienta bien.
Don’t color the school walls with graffiti!
¡No pintes las paredes de la escuela con grafittis!

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