Translation of green in Spanish:
adjective -er, -est
- 1(coat/car/paint/eyes/salad)he was green with envyParis is a very green cityse moría de envidiagreen spacesParís es una ciudad muy verdethe green stuff [slang] to have a green thumb o (British English) green fingerszonas (feminine plural) or espacios (masculine plural) verdestener mano para las plantas
- 1 uncountable (color) the lights were at greenthere are large areas of green in the cityel semáforo estaba (en) verdeen la ciudad hay amplias zonas verdesExample sentences
- Route 2 buses branded in green will operate on a loop connecting Victoria, Oxford Road and Deansgate rail stations.
- The colour green is supposed to be the most relaxing on the eye and nerves.
- This year, though, expect to see red mixed with colours other than traditional green.
- 2 countable 2.1 (in village, town)2.2prado (masculine) comunalalso: putting greenExample sentences
- I am told the garden of my house used to be part of the village green.
- High Ellington is a pleasant little village with a green.
- The arts and crafts exhibition was held in the village hall, while refreshments were served in a marquee on the village green.
- 3also: greens plural(vegetables)eat your greenscómete la verduraExample sentences
- First, there's salad of mixed greens, tomatoes, cabbage, carrot and cauliflower in a creamy but pungent dressing.
- Apparently one in five of our supposedly health obsessed, eco friendly and vegetarian teenagers eat no greens at all.
- Most of the herbs and salad greens are grown in the hotel garden, and there is always at least one vegetarian option available.
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