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brunette
American English: /bruˈnɛt/
British English: /bruːˈnɛt/
, /brʊˈnɛt/

Translation of brunette in Spanish:

noun

  • morocha (feminine) (Southern Cone)
    Example sentences
    • Keep in mind that blondes and dark-haired brunettes look stunning in hair jewels that are silvery, brilliant white crystal or diamond or have stark white hues.
    • Who typically has more hair: blondes, brunettes or redheads?
    • In the 20 films, the British spy has encountered 58 Bond girls; 29 were brunettes, 25 were blondes, and just four were redheads.

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