Translation of redhead in Spanish:


pelirrojo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈrɛdˌhɛd/ /ˈrɛdhɛd/

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    pelirrojo masculine
    pelirroja feminine
    • Among those most at risk are people with light skin, hair and eyes, a combination frequent in redheads.
    • Brunettes, blondes and redheads adorned the covers in equal proportion, but all had long and luxurious tresses.
    • She was still smiling as she waited for the redhead and the brunette to leave.
    • The next day, the brunette and the redhead are talking about going home early again.
    • Unlike many redheads she was tanned to a coppery colour.
    • He looked down at the pretty redhead, her long straight hair lying softly across his chest as she slept.
    • The redhead was staring at him intently, his hair hanging in his eyes a bit and his hands clasped at his elbows.
    • He was a redhead, even redder than Maura whose hair was more of an auburn shade, and had a full beard.
    • As many of you may know I have a thing for redheads.
    • He had a thing about redheads and he liked singers.
    • But you said you have a soft spot in your heart for redheads.
    • Surely nothing to do with that absurd cultural stereotype that redheads are prone to bouts of irrational anger?
    • Seeing no redheads, I continued towards his room.
    • There are more redheads in Ireland than in Nigeria.
    • She didn't have many freckles like most redheads do.
    • She saw two redheads, but all the other grown women seemed to be blond.
    • It wasn't just that we were fellow redheads and theatre buffs.
    • Of course, since we're redheads, everyone will say that we're hot-tempered.
    • But he remembered his mother telling him redheads were often like that.
    • The trio of redheads hurried over to greet Adam and Avery.