Meaning of reddish in English:

reddish

Pronunciation /ˈrɛdɪʃ/

Translate reddish into Spanish

adjective

  • Having a red tinge; slightly red.

    ‘the leaves turn reddish brown’
    • ‘reddish sandstone’
    • ‘It is a small, shiny black beetle with four irregular yellow or reddish spots on the back.’
    • ‘Affected stalks often have pink to reddish discolored internal tissues.’
    • ‘Horizontal stripes, varying from tan to a deep reddish brown, traverse a large painting from 2003.’
    • ‘To the east are the reddish peaks of the Cosos.’
    • ‘In the painting, a warm, reddish light hangs over a dark-blue expanse of water; the scene powerfully conveys imminent change.’
    • ‘Two reddish dueling scars, badges of honor from his student days, glare prominently on his right cheek.’
    • ‘One picture was hanging on the wall, a pastel head on a reddish paper, a very young man's head.’
    • ‘He pushes a hand through his reddish hair, makes it stick up a little.’
    • ‘Its brightest star, Antares, has a distinct reddish colour.’
    • ‘Dawn arrives, casting a reddish glow over the edge of the Space Needle in Seattle.’