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3 Translation results for black in Spanish

noun | adjective | verb

black noun

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negro (color); negro, -gra (persona)

Example sentences of
black noun

  • The wall was painted in black.
  • a mixture of grays and blacks
  • She was dressed in black.
¿Debería usar la palabra black o African-American?
  • Mucha gente prefiere usar el término African-American en lugar de black parar referirse a americanos de origen africano. No obstante, los dos son aceptables.

black adjective

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negro (color, raza); sucio; oscuro, negro; malvado, perverso, malo; sombrío, deprimente
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A black bag

Example sentences of
black adjective

  • His hand were black with grime.
  • She wears a little black dress.
  • A little black dress blends into the night very well.

Synonyms of
black adjective

black verb

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blacked, has blacked, is blacking, blacks

Example sentences of
black verb

  • He blacked his boots with polish.
  • Labor union members have blacked the company.

Phrasal verbs for black

Related phrases for black

Reverse translation for black

negro  (color) - black (color), dark-skinned person, black person, darling, dear 
negro  - black (color), dark-skinned person, black person, darling, dear 
negro  (color, raza) - black, dark, suntanned, gloomy, awful, desperate 
sucio  - dirty, filthy 
oscuro  - dark, obscure 
negro  - black, dark, suntanned, gloomy, awful, desperate 
malvado  - evil, wicked 
perverso  - wicked, depraved 
malo  - bad, wicked, naughty, cheap, poor (quality), harmful, unwell 
sombrío  - dark, somber, gloomy 
deprimente  - depressing 
ennegrecer  - to blacken, to darken 
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