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pale / blanco
pale   1   [peɪl]
A. -adjective
paler   comparative
palest   superlative
1. [person, face]   (naturally)   blanco   (from illness, shock)   pálido
·she had pale skin
·tenía la piel muy blanca
·she looked pale
·se la veía pálida
·you look very pale
·estánoun muy pálido
·she was [deathly] pale
·estaba pálida como la muerte
·to [go] or [grow] or [turn] pale
[person]   palidecer,   ponerse pálido
·her face went pale with shock
·paledeció or se puso pálida del susto
2. (=not bright)   [light, daylight]   tenue,   pálido   [moon]   pálido
·the pale light of dawn
·la tenue or pálida luz del alba
·a pale [imitation]
·una burda imitaciónoun
3. (=not dark)   [colour]   claro
·a pale blue dress
·un vestido azul claro
B. -intransitive verb
1. [person]   palidecer,   ponerse pálido
·his face paled with fear
·palideció or se puso pálido de miedo
2. (figurative)
(=seem insignificant)
·it pales into insignificance beside ...
·se vuelve insignificante en comparaciónoun con or al compararse con ...
·her beauty paled beside her mother'noun
·su belleza perdía esplendor al lado de la de su madre
C. -compound
·pale ale   -noun
(British, Great Britain)   cerveza (f) rubia suave
pale / estaca
pale   2   [peɪl]   -noun
(=stake)   estaca (f)
. to be beyond the pale   ser inaceptable
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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