Sinónimos de shade en inglés:

shade


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nombre

1‘they sat in the shade of a large oak tree’

SINÓNIMOS
shadow, shadiness, shadows
coolness, cool
shelter, cover
ANTÓNIMOS

light, glare

2‘light rain began falling and the shades of evening drew on’

SINÓNIMOS
darkness, gathering darkness, dimness, dusk, semi-darkness, twilight
gloom, gloominess, murkiness, murk
literario gloaming
ANTÓNIMOS

sunlight, daylight

3‘fabrics in autumnal shades’

SINÓNIMOS
colour, hue
tone, tint, tinge
intensity

4‘a word with many shades of meaning’

SINÓNIMOS
nuance, gradation, modulation, shading, degree, difference, variation, variety
nicety, subtlety
undertone, overtone

5‘there was a shade of wistfulness in his tone’

SINÓNIMOS
a little, a bit, a trace, a touch, a dash, a modicum, a soupçon, a suspicion, a hint, a suggestion, a tinge, a smack
slightly, rather, somewhat
coloquial a tad, a smidgen

6shades‘the film is about a celebrity being stalked by an obsessed man—shades of ‘The Bodyguard’’

SINÓNIMOS
echoes, a reminder, memories, intimations, suggestions, hints

7‘she saw a crouching figure silhouetted against the window shade’

SINÓNIMOS
blind, curtain, venetian blind
screen, shield, cover, covering, protection
awning, canopy

8‘he was wearing shades and a string vest’

SINÓNIMOS
sunglasses, dark glasses
inglés de Australia coloquial sunnies
Marca registrada Polaroids, Raybans

9‘he confronted the shade of his lost love’

SINÓNIMOS
ghost, spectre, phantom, apparition, spirit, wraith, phantasm, shadow
Scottish, inglés de Irlanda bodach
coloquial spook
literario revenant, wight
marginal manes, eidolon

verbo

1‘vines shaded a garden filled with fountains and citrus trees’

SINÓNIMOS
cast a shadow over, shadow, shut out the light from, block off the light to
darken, dim
shelter, cover, screen

2‘the shaded area of the diagram’

SINÓNIMOS
darken, colour in, pencil in, block in, fill in
cross-hatch

3‘the sky shaded from turquoise to night blue’

SINÓNIMOS
change gradually, transmute, turn, go, become
merge, blend

Frases

    put someone or something in the shade

    ‘stunts that put his previous daredevilry in the shade’


    SINÓNIMOS
    surpass, outshine, outclass, overshadow, eclipse, exceed, excel, transcend, cap, top, outstrip, outdo, put to shame, make look pale by comparison, be better than, beat, outplay, outperform, upstage, dwarf
    coloquial run rings around, be head and shoulders above, be a cut above, leave standing
    arcaico outrival, outvie