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yel·low·y

 (yĕl′ō-ē)
adj.
Somewhat yellow; yellowish.

yel•low•y

(ˈyɛl oʊ i)

adj.
tinged with yellow; yellowish.
[1660–70]
Translations

yellowy

[ˈjeləʊɪ] ADJamarillento, que tira a amarillo

yellowy

[ˈjɛləʊi] adjtirant sur le jaune
yellowy brown → d'un jaune tirant sur le marron

yellowy

adjgelblich
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