Yellow in spanish

Amarillo

pronunciation: ɑmɑɹ̩ijoʊ part of speech: adjective, noun
In gestures

yellow1 = amarillo. 

Example: If the spot stays yellow the paper is decidedly acid; an in-between colour (green, grey, grey-green, yellow-green) indicates mild acidity; while if the spot goes purple, the paper is near-neutral or alkaline.

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» bright yellow = amarillo intenso, amarillo chillón, amarillo fuerte.

Example: Most of these wet floor warning signs are colored in bright yellow or bright orange to make them highly visible.

» follow + the yellow brick road to = seguir el camino hacia, seguir el camino de. [Generalmente usado en sentido metáforico y referido a la felicidad o el éxito]

Example: I had bariatric surgery over ten years ago and since then I've followed the yellow brick road to healthier living.

» orange-yellow = amarillo naranja, amarillo anaranjado.

Example: Carotene, or carotin, is an orange-yellow to red pigment found in many plants such as carrots and pumpkins.

» pale yellow = amarillo claro, amarillo pálido.

Example: This beer is pale yellow, a bit fizzy, and it doesn't smell like much.

» turn + yellow = amarillear, ponerse amarillo.

Example: The hot tub water started to foam and turned yellow.

» yellow alert = alerta amarilla.

Example: These key economic indexes have now touched the yellow alert point for the first time this year.

» yellow around the gills = pálido, blanco como una sábana, blanco como la pared, blanco como el papel.

Example: On the upside, I spent yesterday with my grandson -- he is a fresh baby, still yellow around the gills but eating, pooping and peeing just like he should.

» yellow-back = libro de pastas amarillas.

Example: The typical yellow-back of the mid nineteenth century was a cheap edition of fiction in small crown octavo, retailing a 2 shillings, and its case was made of glazed coloured paper on strawboard.

» yellow-bellied = gallina, cagueta, cobarde, cobardica, miedoso.

Example: I can't think of anything that better illustrates the failure of our justice system to deal with such yellow-bellied sods.

» yellow belly = cobarde, cobardica, miedoso, gallina, cagueta.

Example: It's not my fault that the ninnies you hired were such yellow-bellies!.

» yellow-brown = amarillo marrón.

Example: For people unaware of colours, auburn is a reddish-brown colour (usually in reference to hair) whereas tawny is more of an orange-brown or yellow-brown colour.

» yellow card = tarjeta amarilla.

Example: As a result, yellow cards to indicate a caution and red cards to indicate an expulsion were used for the first time in the 1970 FIFA World Cup in Mexico.

» yellow fever = fiebre amarilla.

Example: The question can be raised about whether the 'noise' created by Beauperthuy drowned out the cries of pain and suffering of the victims of yellow fever.

» yellow-green = amarillo verdoso.

Example: Its fleshy fruit measures up to 5 inches in diameter, has a yellow-green color and a knobby surface that resembles a brain.

» yellow light = luz amarilla, luz ámbar.

Example: When the car ahead of hers chose to stop at the yellow light rather than rush through, she came unstitched.

» yellow ochre = ocre amarillo.

Example: Used throughout history, yellow ochre can be safely mixed with other pigments.

» Yellow Pages = Páginas Amarillas.

Example: From partially-automated directory assistance to talking Yellow Pages and interactive services, telephone directory applications have addressed the constraints of non-visual menus, limited input capability, and natural versus synthetic output.

yellow2 = amarillear. 

Example: The quality of the paper is often poor and it yellows and becomes brittle with age.
Yellow synonyms:
old in spanish: , pronunciation: oʊld part of speech: adjective chicken in spanish: , pronunciation: tʃɪkən part of speech: noun irrational in spanish: , pronunciation: ɪræʃənəl part of speech: adjective fearful in spanish: , pronunciation: fɪrfəl part of speech: adjective colored in spanish: , pronunciation: kʌlɜrd part of speech: adjective cowardly in spanish: , pronunciation: kaʊɜrdli part of speech: adjective chromatic in spanish: , pronunciation: kroʊmætɪk part of speech: adjective jaundiced in spanish: , pronunciation: dʒɔndɪst part of speech: adjective unhealthy in spanish: , pronunciation: ənhelθi part of speech: adjective yellowness in spanish: , pronunciation: jeloʊnəs part of speech: noun yellowish in spanish: , pronunciation: jeloʊɪʃ part of speech: adjective dishonorable in spanish: , pronunciation: dɪsɑnɜrəbəl part of speech: adjective lily-livered in spanish: , pronunciation: lɪlilɪvɜrd part of speech: adjective dishonourable in spanish: , pronunciation: dɪʃɑnɜrəbəl part of speech: adjective yellow-bellied in spanish: , pronunciation: jeloʊbelid part of speech: adjective white-livered in spanish: , pronunciation: waɪtlɪvɜrd part of speech: adjective chickenhearted in spanish: , pronunciation: tʃɪkɪnhɑrtɪd part of speech: adjective yellowed in spanish: , pronunciation: jeloʊd part of speech: adjective sensationalistic in spanish: , pronunciation: senseɪʃənəlɪstɪk part of speech: adjective scandalmongering in spanish: , pronunciation: skændəlmɔŋgɜrɪŋ part of speech: noun
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