Translation of highlighter in Spanish:

highlighter

Pronunciation: /ˈhaɪˌlaɪtər; ˈhaɪˌlaɪtə(r)/

n

  • 1.1 u c (makeup) sombra (f) clara de ojos
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    • The creamy concealers and highlighters in Pixi's Eye Bright Kit are the ultimate cover-up for bleary eyes the morning after the night before.
    • The four eyeshadows are easy to apply (with fingertips) and also double up as highlighters and lipgloss.
    • Imitate the look with the newest highlighters or light-reflecting lotions and tints, which help scatter light, leaving you with a noticeably glowing look.
    1.2 c (pen) rotulador (m), marcador (m) (AmL)
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    • When I left for pastures new, I had literally a couple of dozen pencils, disposable ballpoints, marker pens, and highlighters stashed in my top drawer.
    • Keep the study zone bright and clean, keep study supplies like pens, paper, highlighters and a dictionary on hand, and keep it free of distractions like the television, the telephone and loud music.
    • I'm one of those people who reads books with a highlighter or pen and I note passages that I find particularly meaningful/moving/well-written/enraging.

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