There are 3 main translations of rojo in English:

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rojo 1

also: feminine: roja

adjetivo

Example sentences
  • Se exhibieron los colores rojo y gris para la temporada.
  • Agrega que hay carnes muy rojas que no son tiernas.
  • Y con el mangle rojo se pierde el manglar.

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There are 3 main translations of rojo in English:

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rojo 2

sustantivo masculino

Compounds

rojo bermellón

rojo cereza

Example sentences
  • La voz del policía le borró la sonrisa pintada de rojo.
  • Los hombres de rojo lograron controlar el siniestro en forma total al mediodía.
  • Además, están trabajando 120 hombres de rojo voluntarios.

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rojo 3

also: feminine: roja sustantivo masculino, sustantivo femenino

[peyorativo]

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