An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (weather)
a. cloudy
Parece que va a ser un día nublado.It looks like it's going to be a cloudy day.
El cielo está nublado, pero no creo que vaya a llover.The sky is cloudy, but I don't think it's going to rain.
b. overcast
El cielo está nublado.The sky is overcast.
2. (blurred)
a. cloudy
Cuando me despierto, tengo la visión nublada por unos instantes.When I wake up, my vision is cloudy for a couple of minutes.
3. (not clear)
a. cloudy
El agua del lago estaba nublada.The water in the lake was cloudy.
4. (animal or botany)
a. clouded
El leopardo nublado es un animal extinto.The clouded leopard is an extinct animal.
5. (confused)
a. clouded
Creo que tu hermano tiene el juicio nublado.I think your brother's judgment is clouded.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (cielo)
a. cloudy, overcast
2. (vista, entendimiento)
a. clouded
[+cielo] cloudy; overcast
1 (nube) storm cloud; black cloud
2 (amenaza) threat; (peligro) impending danger
3 (enfado) anger; black mood
pasó el nublado the trouble's over
4 (multitud) swarm; crowd; multitude
un nublado de
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