palidecido
Past participle ofpalidecer.

palidecer

Una vez que el tejido ha palidecido, se quita la presión.
Once the tissue has blanched, pressure is removed.
Había palidecido y se había deslizado debajo de su silla en aparente vergüenza.
He had turned a dark shade of pink and had slid under his chair in apparent shame.
La cara de Kazu había palidecido ligeramente, pero hay que decir a su favor que no se acobardó por la acusación.
Now Kazu's face had paled somewhat, but to his credit, he did not shrink from the accusation.
La gente, en su letargo mental, no piensa en sus semejantes, y aun su propio instinto de conservación ha palidecido.
People, in their mental torpor, not only do not think about others, but even their own instinct of self-preservation is becoming dim.
Sin embargo extremadamente impresionante al mundo moderno, los tesoros de Tutankhamun deben haber palidecido cuando están comparados a las tumbas de los grandes pharaohs que gobernaron por muchos años durante la edad de oro de Egipto.
Though extremely impressive to the modern world, the treasures of Tutankhamun must have paled when compared to the tombs of the great Pharaohs that ruled for many years during Egypt's golden age.
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