Blond in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation
usage note
"Blond" is also sometimes spelled with an -e at the end: "blonde." This spelling is usually used to refer to a woman.
1. (fair-haired)
a. rubio
I'm blond but my parents are brunette.Soy rubio pero mis padres son morenos.
b. güero (Mexico)
Before she was a red-head, now she is blond.Antes era pelirroja, ahora está güera.
c. catire (Venezuela)
The blond boy is my son.El chico catire es mi hijo.
d. mono (Colombia)
The blond reporter is Canadian.El reportero mono es canadiense.
2. (person with fair hair)
a. el rubio (M), la rubia (F)
She is the only blond in the family.Ella es la única rubia de la familia.
b. el güero (M), la güera (F) (Mexico)
There are three blonds in my history class.Hay tres güeros en mi clase de historia.
c. el catire (M), la catira (F) (Venezuela)
Is it true that men prefer blonds?¿Es verdad que los hombres prefieren las catiras?
d. el mono (M), la mona (F) (Colombia)
After spending the entire summer in the sun, she's now a blond.Tras pasar el verano entero bajo el sol, ella ahora es mona.
1. rubia (f) (woman)güera (f) (español de México)chela (f) (CAm)catira (f) (Carib)mona (f) (español de Colombia)
2. rubio(a) ; güero(a) (español de México); chele(a) (CAm); catire(a) (Carib), mono(a) (español de Colombia)
blonder (comparative)blondest (superlative) rubio; güero; (CAm) (Méx) catire; (Caribbean)
rubioarubia (m) (f);a rubia güeroagüera (m) (f);a güera (CAm) (Méx) catireacatira (m) (f);a catira (Caribbean)
blond(e) bombshell (n) rubia (f) explosiva (informal)
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