Translation of drab in Spanish:

drab

Pronunciation: /dræb/

adj

  • 1.1 (dull) [clothing/decor/appearance] soso, sin gracia a drab green un verde apagado
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    • Handicrafts have been directed not only to fulfil one's daily requirement but to add beauty and brightness in the otherwise dull and drab existence.
    • Whatever this meeting brought, one thing for sure was that it would brighten my somewhat drab existence - my so-called life.
    • It's the only point of interest in his excruciatingly drab life, which is rendered more unhappy by his incessant bullying at the hands of seven overbearing sisters.
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    • His hat matched his light brown, drab overcoat.
    • They were dressed in their brown drab uniform with armor strapped over it and sporting open faced helmets; they were the enemy.
    • As if dressing for their performance, the males turn from drab brown to a pale beige color that contrasts with the darker mud.
    1.2 (humdrum) [life/occupation] gris, monótono

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