Quick answer
"Delgado" is an adjective which is often translated as "thin", and "soy morena" is a phrase which is often translated as "I'm dark-haired". Learn more about the difference between "delgado" and "soy morena" below.
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (slender)
a. thin
Estás muy delgado, Paco. ¡Come más de la sopa que te preparé!You're so thin, Paco. Have more of the soup I made you!
b. slim
La mujer delgada tenía el cabello oscuro y los ojos muy profundos.The slim woman had dark hair and very deep-set eyes.
2. (delicate)
a. fine
La araña tejió su telaraña con unos hilos muy delgados.The spider spun her web with very fine threads.
b. thin
No recomiendo que uses una tela tan delgada para hacer un pantalón de mezclilla.I wouldn't recommend you use such thin fabric to make jeans.
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soy morena
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (my hair is dark)
a. I'm dark-haired
Mi hermana es rubia, mientras que yo soy morena.My sister is blonde, while I'm dark-haired.
b. I'm dark
Soy morena y tengo el pelo corto.I'm dark and have short hair.
2. (my skin is dark)
a. I'm dark-skinned
Nunca me quemo en la playa porque soy morena.I never get burned on the beach because I'm dark-skinned.
b. I'm dark
Mi hermano y yo no nos parecemos. Él es muy blanco, y yo soy muy morena.My brother and I don't look alike. He's very fair, and I'm very dark.
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