Translation of rosy in Spanish:

rosy

Pronunciation: /ˈrəʊzi/

adjective/adjetivo (rosier, rosiest)

  • [cheeks] sonrosado; [prospects/outlook] halagüeño, optimista
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    • The sun turned his skin a lovely rosy pink color.
    • Her skin was rosy from the sun's prolonged touch, and her short, feathery hair was limp.
    • As if on cue, my face bloomed into a deep rosy pink.
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    • At some point, and it will probably be sooner than the current rosy forecasts suggest, the on-line ad market will take a dip.
    • Management keeps making rosy promises it can't keep and issuing financial forecasts it can't meet, they say.
    • The cheery optimism that produced those rosy budget surplus forecasts of yesteryear is long gone.

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