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glossy

Pronunciation: /ˈglɑːsi; ˈglɒsi/

Translation of glossy in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo (-sier, -siest)

  • 1.1 (shiny) [coat of animal] brillante, lustroso; [hair] brillante, brilloso (Latin America/América Latina) ; [paintwork] esmaltado; [finish] brillante
    Example sentences
    • I'm not beautiful, I don't have silky smooth, glossy hair and stick thin legs.
    • The result is permanent pin straight hair with super glossy shine.
    • He was sitting with his legs up on the seat in front of him with the sun shining on his glossy chestnut brown hair.
    1.2 (on shiny paper) [photograph/print] brillante; [paper] satinado
    Example sentences
    • Except for the occasional story he got in a glossy magazine, the photographs could be re-sized on a color copier without impacting their usefulness.
    • An educated guess would be that the pictures are, indeed, touched up and air-brushed because most photographs in glossy magazines are.
    • Even glossy magazines can be printed on recycled stock now.

noun/nombre (plural -sies)

  • 1.1glossy (magazine) revista (feminine) ilustrada ([ impresa en papel satinado ]) 1.2glossy (print) [Photography/Fotografía] copia (feminine) brillante

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