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crimson
American English: /ˈkrɪmzən/
British English: /ˈkrɪmz(ə)n/

Translation of crimson in Spanish:

noun

uncountable

adjective

intransitive verb

  • [literary]
    (face)
    ruborizarse
    (sky)
    teñirse de rojo [literary]
    Example sentences
    • Her face crimsoning with fury, Isabella suddenly turned away from her friend and quickened her pace down the road.
    • No matter how she blushed or crimsoned, most people who gathered at the Fine Arts Hall seemed to have enjoyed the judge's faux pas.
    • ‘Oh, they say everyone has,’ she says, crimsoning.

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