Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1rojo cereza masculinecolor guinda masculine
- Try bright colours like yellow or green on your cabinets or try a cherry red lacquer on pantry doors.
- Red wines tend to go from cherry red to brick red to copper to brown.
- I find myself blushing a cherry red.
- Small, profuse double flowers are cherry red and rich violet.
- That's when the foliage of many trees, shrubs, and vines starts to turn brilliant shades such as port, cherry red, and bonfire orange.
- There are no cars, except for the occasional cherry-red minibus picking up those who will pay.
- The wooden floor is buffed to a cherry-red shine that lends a little jolliness.
- Rhubarb is a tart vegetable rich in vitamin A whose cherry-red, celerylike stalks are frequently served in sweet desserts.
- Other classic American cars at the show which attracted more than 160 vehicles included a 1958 Skyliner Ford, a 1964 Chrysler 300, and a glamorous cherry-red 1977 Corvette Stingray.
- The 16-year-old Shadows fan saved up his earnings from delivering milk and newspapers and sent to Christchurch for a hugely expensive cherry-red L-series Fender Stratocaster guitar.
1(invariable adjective) rojo cereza(invariable adjective) color guinda