Translation of blond in Spanish:


rubio, adj.


Pronunciation /blɑnd/ /blɒnd/


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    (child/hair) rubio
    (child/hair) güero Mexico
    (child/hair) mono Colombia
    (child/hair) catire Venezuela
    (wood) claro
    • They are tiny, maybe a year old, and both have fair blonde hair and pale skin.
    • It managed to compliment her pale skin and golden blond hair.
    • With her bleach blond hair and pale skin, she looks like a reincarnate of Marilyn Monroe in army boots.
    • Cora was a short and unnaturally skinny pale girl with silvery blonde hair and cerulean blue eyes.
    • His blue eyes narrowed as his high-planed face hardened, and even his bleached blond hair seemed to bristle.
    • Her long blonde hair was so pale that it was nearly silver.
    • She had pale, ashy blonde hair, of frail build with fair skin and sky blue eyes.
    • She swept her blonde hair into her pale yellow shower cap and got under the steamy water.
    • His pale, blond hair stuck out unkemptly, almost looking silvery under the dim light.
    • Her eyes are a beautiful dark blue that stand out against her pale skin and blonde hair.
    • He had light yellow eyes and long blond hair tied back as well.
    • I was expecting a very large old woman with a stick and bleached blond hair.
    • Her pale blonde hair fell down her back, in a straight fall.
    • When she finally found her seat (it was in the front row), a pale girl with long blonde hair looked up and nodded at her.
    • He had the same pale face and white blonde hair that he had.
    • He had soft blonde hair and fair, freckled skin.
    • He was about six feet tall with wavy blonde hair and fair skin.
    • She had pale blonde hair pulled into a bun and large hazel eyes.
    • They slashed at his legs and horse, and Julius plunged his sword into the nearest man, a beast covered in blond fur.
    • Ford dug his hands into the blond fur around its neck to hold on.
    • The blonde man was thrown backwards of his horse; dark coloured steed that refused to panic in the following chaos.
    • You've taught me a lot about the harmony of colours and I can see that I'm blonde.
    • Besides she is blond, and that's my colouring too.
    • Oh, he had Sean's coloring, being blond and grey-eyed, but his face was a little rougher around the edges.
    • Which I don't really need to do anyway, thanks to Father's blond genes.
    • Of course I was a blue-eyed blonde baby.
    • I mean, it's bad enough the media portrays that we should be blonde, blue-eyed and skinny.
    • With its blue-eyed, blonde haired leads, does the film cast a slight Aryan look?
    • Isabella's cheeks heightened in color, but the blond man did not take any notice.


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    catire masculine, feminine Venezuela
    rubio masculine
    rubia feminine
    güero masculine Mexico
    güera feminine Mexico
    mono masculine Colombia
    mona feminine Colombia