Spanish Word for blonde  

English Word: blonde

Spanish Word: rubio
The Spanish Word for blonde
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Translated sentences containing 'blonde'
My girlfriend is blonde.
Mi novia es rubia.
She is blonde.
Ella es rubia.
My cousin is pretty, blonde, and has a thin nose.
Mi prima es muy bonita, rubia y de nariz fina.

Could I refuse to follow the advice of gorgeous blonde Elena?
¿Se me puede reprochar que siga el consejo de la bellísima rubia Elena?
But the Germans are also blonde, yet is this a factor in their prosperity?
Pero los alemanes eran también rubios. ¿Es éste un factor de prosperidad?
Could I have refused to accept that beautiful Bulgarian blonde' s request, Mr President?
Señor Presidente, ¿acaso podía haber rechazado la solicitud de esta bonita chica rubia búlgara?
I also dreamt that on the plane, as well as Mr Brok, there were some beautiful blonde hostesses from the Czech Republic.
También soñé con que en el avión, además del Sr. Brok, había unas guapísimas azafatas rubias de la República Checa.
In this case, let's dye all the Spaniards' hair blonde and there will no longer be an economic problem in Spain.
En ese caso, tiñamos a todos los españoles de rubio y ya no habrá problema económico español.
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