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sand·y

 (săn′dē)
adj. sand·i·er, sand·i·est
1. Covered with, full of, or consisting of sand.
2. Having characteristics similar to sand.
3. Of the color of sand; light yellowish brown.

sand′i·ness n.
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sandy

(ˈsændɪ)
adj, sandier or sandiest
1. consisting of, containing, or covered with sand
2. (Colours) (esp of hair) reddish-yellow
3. resembling sand in texture
ˈsandiness n
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sand•y

(ˈsæn di)

adj. sand•i•er, sand•i•est.
1. of the nature of or consisting of sand.
2. containing or covered with sand.
3. of a yellowish red color: sandy hair.
[before 1000]

San•dy

(ˈsæn di)

n.
a town in central Utah, S of Salt Lake City. 75,058.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.sandy - of hair color; pale yellowish to yellowish brown; "flaxen locks"
blond, blonde, light-haired - being or having light colored skin and hair and usually blue or grey eyes; "blond Scandinavians"; "a house full of light-haired children"
2.sandy - resembling or containing or abounding in sand; or growing in sandy areas; "arenaceous limestone"; "arenaceous grasses"
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Translations
أصْفَر كَلَون الرَّمْل، رَمْليرَمْلي
písečnýpískové barvy
sandfarvet
homokosvörösesszõke
ljósrauîursendinn
piesková farbapiesočný
peščen
kum rengikumlu

sandy

[ˈsændɪ] ADJ (sandier (compar) (sandiest (superl)))
1. [beach] → arenoso
2. (in colour) [hair] → rubio
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

sandy

[ˈsændi] adj
[soil, path] → sablonneux/euse; [beach] → de sable
[colour] → sable inv, blond roux invsand yacht nchar m à voilesand-yachting [ˈsændjɒtɪŋ] n
to go sand-yachting → faire du char à voile
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

sandy

adj (+er)
sandig; sandy beachSandstrand m
(colour) → rötlich; hairrotblond
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

sandy

[ˈsændɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (gen) → sabbioso/a; (colour) → color sabbia inv; (hair) → biondo rossiccio inv
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

sand

(sӕnd) noun
1. a large amount of tiny particles of crushed rocks, shells etc, found on beaches etc.
2. an area of sand, especially on a beach. We lay on the sand.
verb
to smooth with eg sand-paper. The floor should be sanded before you varnish it.
ˈsandy adjective
1. filled or covered with sand. a sandy beach.
2. (of hair) yellowish-red in colour. She has fair skin and sandy hair.
sandbank (ˈsӕnbӕŋk) noun
a bank of sand formed by tides and currents.
sandcastle (ˈsӕnkaːsl) noun
a pile of sand, sometimes made to look like a castle, built especially by children on beaches.
sandpaper (ˈsӕnpeipə) noun
a type of paper with sand glued to it, used for smoothing and polishing.
verb
to make smooth with sandpaper.
sandshoes (ˈsӕnʃuːz) noun plural
soft light shoes, often with rubber soles.
sandstone (ˈsӕnstəun) noun
a soft type of rock made of layers of sand pressed together.
sand-storm (ˈsӕnstoːm) noun
a storm of wind, carrying with it clouds of sand. We were caught in a sandstorm in the desert.
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sandy

a. arenoso-a.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
References in classic literature ?
He overtook a friend of his, by name Harry Sandys, who was going the same way, and they walked together a few paces behind Katharine and Rodney.
Sandys, who was a barrister with a philosophic tendency, took out his pipe, lit it, murmured "hum" and "ha," and was silent.
Meanwhile Katharine and Rodney drew further ahead, and Denham kept, if that is the right expression for an involuntary action, one filament of his mind upon them, while with the rest of his intelligence he sought to understand what Sandys was saying.
As they passed through the courts thus talking, Sandys laid the tip of his stick upon one of the stones forming a time-worn arch, and struck it meditatively two or three times in order to illustrate something very obscure about the complex nature of one's apprehension of facts.
It was Denham who, having parted from Sandys at the bottom of his staircase, was now walking to the Tube at Charing Cross, deep in the thoughts which his talk with Sandys had suggested.
Rhetorica: Stahr, 1862; Sprengel (with Latin text), 1867; Cope and Sandys, 1877; Roemer, 1885, 1898.
Premier Division holders Sandys crushed fellow title hopefuls Tollcross Thistle 5-1 to stretch eight points clear of last year's runners-up as they made it six wins from six.
Police named the woman as Kathleen Emam, who died while on a jet ski tour with her husband off Daniel's Head in Sandys parish.
Producing artistic director Nick Sandys directs Douglas Post's new adaptation.
He is helping launch the new Environmental Justice Commission by the IPPR think tank, along with Green Party MP Caroline Lucas and former Conservative MP Laura Sandys. The commission proposes to set out "an ambitious and rigorous programme of reform capable of tackling the dual problems of climate change and wider economic and social injustice".
This year's lineup of thinkers and opinion makers from Pakistan and abroad includes Leila Aboulela, Eugene Rogan, Ayesha Jalal, Spiro Pollalis, Katherine Schofield, Francesca Orsini, Anissa Helou, Harriet Sandys, Rick Stroud, Mirza Waheed, Sanam Maher, Emily Hannam, Jamal Mahjoub, and many more.
Sandra 'Sandy' Hankin, 55, and her husband, Christopher 'Mark' Hankin, 57, made a fortune running the Sandys Superstars massage parlours where sex was sold to punters for a minimum of PS50 a time.