Translation of albino in Spanish:

albino

Pronunciation: /ælˈbaɪnəʊ; ælˈbiːnəʊ/

n (plural -nos)

  • albino, (masculine, feminine); (before noun/delante del nombre) [mouse/human] albino
    More example sentences
    • He walks up next to him holding hands with her, a girl of her height who is a total albino, with white skin and hair, and pink eyes.
    • For those who want to go on and argue this I will refer you to lack of skin pigmentation in albinos.
    • It was a mutation; White was almost completely an albino, the skin on his body almost devoid of pigment.

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