Translation of crayon in Spanish:


lápiz de color, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkreɪˌɑn/ /ˈkreɪən/


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    lápiz de color masculine
    a box of crayons una caja de lápices de colores
    • eye/lip crayon lápiz de ojos/labios
    • Rosa took her seat and set before her the tools of her trade; coloured pencils, crayons, pens, all carefully labeled in Braille.
    • The children experimented with pencil drawings and water colour crayons.
    • The drawings on view employ a variety of media, including ink, crayon, pencil, watercolor and gouache.
    • He also began to draw, creating whatever surfaced in his stream of consciousness - using crayons, pencils, ballpoint pens, brushes and watercolors.
    • Yes, I admit it I'm the one who put the blue crayons in the red crayon bucket!
    • The organisers distributed drawing sheets and participants were allowed to use watercolours, crayons and sketch pencils.
    • He ran out carrying a stack of blank papers, a bunch of crayons, pencils, charcoal sticks, a camera and a huge straw hat.
    • The art teacher came up to the lounge with a huge box of colored pencils, markers, crayons and oil pastels.
    • This is a tried-and-true work sequence, and the preliminary crayon drawings become a crayon-resist feature to the monoprint.
    • In crayon, pencil or paint she could convey every quality of light and color that decorates the northern landscape.
    • The fade-proof, permanent opaque ink will withstand watercolor washes if used with watercolor pencils, crayons or brush markers.
    • I tested out all the colors of the colored pencils, markers, crayons, and water colors.
    • Grab up those pastels, crayons and colored pencils - it's happy times in the art room.
    • On one of those many delightful shelves is pads of paper, wedged in there with a paint-jar, paintbrushes, boxes of pencils, pens, crayons, etcetera.
    • Several types of media are allowed: watercolor, gold tempera, markers, crayons and colored pencils.
    • Chalk, pencils, and crayons were the tools of choice.
    • They could use colored pencils, markers and crayons to color their still lifes.
    • Karen appealed for people to send her Beanie Babies, and also needed are crayons, pens and pencils.
    • On the top half was a bright crayon drawing of a bunch of flowers.
    • The crayon drawings that I have are extraordinary!
  • 2also wax crayon

    crayola feminine Trademark
    crayón masculine Mexico, River Plate
    lápiz de cera masculine Chile
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    dibujo hecho con lápices de colores o crayolas (drawing)

transitive verb

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    dibujar o colorear con lápices de colores o crayolas