Brown in Spanish | English to Spanish Translation and Dictionary
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1. (color)
a. marrón
brown eyesojos marrones
brown haircabello marrón
brown shoeszapatos marrones
The leaves are turning brown.Las hojas se están poniendo marrones.
b. café (Central America) (Ecuador) (Mexico)
brown eyesojos cafés
brown haircabello café
brown shoeszapatos cafés
c. castaño (hair, eyes)
brown haircabello castaño
d. pardo (bears)
brown bearoso pardo
e. moreno (skin, hair)
He is brunette, but his sister is blonde.Él es moreno pero su hermana es rubia.
Her skin is tan. Ella tiene la piel morena.
f. bronceado (skin)
My skin is brown because I spent all summer at the beach. Tengo la piel bronceada porque estuve en la playa todo el verano.
2. (color)
a. el marrón (M)
I like brown.Me gusta el marrón.
b. el café (M) (color) (Ecuador) (Mexico)
Brown is my favorite color.Mi color preferido es el café.
transitive verb
3. (culinary)
a. dorar
They browned the turkey in the oven.Doraron el pavo en el horno.
b. saltear
They browned the vegetables in the wok.Saltearon las verduras en el wok.
1. marrón (m) ; color (m) café (Am)
2. marrón , café (Am); castaño(a) ; moreno(a)
  • brown bread (hair, eyes)(skin) pan (m) integral
  • brown goods (comercio) equipamiento (m) audiovisual
  • brown paper papel (m) de estraza
  • brown rice arroz (m) integral
  • brown sugar azúcar (m or f) moreno(a)
transitive verb
3. dorar (in cooking)
intransitive verb
4. dorarse (in cooking)
brown [braʊn]
browner (comparative)brownest (superlative)
1 (gen) marrón; color café; (LAm) [+hair] castaño; [+leather] marrón
2 (tanned) moreno; bronceado; [+skin] moreno
to go brown ponerse moreno; broncearse
as brown as a berry muy moreno; bronceadísimo
marrón (m); color (m) café; (LAm) [of eyes, hair] castaño (m);
transitive verb
1 [+sun] [+person] broncear; poner moreno
2 (Cookery) dorar
intransitive verb
1 [+leaves etc] volverse de color marrón
2 [+skin] ponerse moreno; broncearse
3 (Cookery) dorarse
brown ale (n) cerveza (f) oscura or negra
brown bear (n) oso (m) pardo
brown belt (n) (in judo, karate) cinturón (m) marrón
I was a judo brown belt then and he a white one I have a brown belt in karate
brown bread (n) pan (m) negro; pan (m) moreno; (Esp)
brown egg (n) huevo (m) moreno
brown goods (n) (productos (m) de) línea (f) marrón; (productos (m) de) gama (f) marrón
She had stopped him in the street to quiz him about electrical appliances, about white and brown goods The firms listed here offer every conceivable electronic or battery-run device: White goods (washers, dryers, refrigerators, and ranges), brown goods (tvs, air conditioners, etc)
brown owl (n) (Orn) autillo (m)
in Brownie Guides
brown paper (n) papel (m) de estraza
brown rice (n) arroz (m) integral
brown sauce (n) (Britain) salsa de condimento, con sabor agridulce
brown study (n)
to be in a brown study estar absorto en sus pensamientos; estar en Babia (informal)
brown sugar (n) azúcar (m) moreno
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