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crayon
American English: /ˈkreɪˌɑn/
, /ˈkreɪən/
British English: /ˈkreɪən/

Translation of crayon in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (pencil)
    lápiz (masculine) de color
    a box of crayons
    una caja de lápices de colores
    also: wax crayon
    eye/lip crayon
    lápiz (masculine) de ojos/labios
    1.2 (drawing)
    (dibujo hecho con lápices de colores o crayolas)
    Example sentences
    • Rosa took her seat and set before her the tools of her trade; coloured pencils, crayons, pens, all carefully labeled in Braille.
    • The children experimented with pencil drawings and water colour crayons.
    • The drawings on view employ a variety of media, including ink, crayon, pencil, watercolor and gouache.

transitive verb

  • (dibujar o colorear con lápices de colores o crayolas)

Phrasal verbs

crayon in

verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object

Definition of crayon in:

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