Portuguese translation of 'ruddy'
1. (face) corado, avermelhado
2. (informal: damned) maldito, desgraçado
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Now he is a giant, his face ruddy... enormously stout.DISRAELI: A Personal History (2004)
He has a floppy head of hair with white flecks, and a happy, slightly ruddy face.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
I can't see many other silver linings to this ruddy great cloud.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The cathedral's trebles sang with fresh colours and a ruddy glow quite beyond a concert choir's reach.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
This chronic condition causes a ruddy nose and cheeks and while its cause isn't known, possible triggers include hot and cold weather and sunlight.The Sun (2016)
Why the ruddy hell not?The Sun (2009)
Yet since they emerge from a dramatic vacuum there's a ruddy great 'why?Times, Sunday Times (2008)
You watch and your toes curl along with his lip; as that big, ruddy face of his swells with the simple pleasure of being beastly to people.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
With the ruddy complexion and amiable air of a village butcher, Goldie mixes hope with realism.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Don't they all look like they're having a ruddy marvellous time?Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The sound was probably deflected by this ruddy great iceberg.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
GETTING rid of ruddy ducks has landed taxpayers with a whopping bill of more than 1million.The Sun (2014)
If his ruddy complexion and beaming smile was anything to go by, he loved it.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
NO wonder Santa's cheeks are so ruddy.The Sun (2013)
No snow this time but a ruddy great storm is going on outside the big industrial unit.The Sun (2010)
A feature is the ruddy duck which first bred in Britain here.A Guide to Britain&apos;s Conservation Heritage (1991)
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British English: ruddy ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone's face as ruddy, you mean that their face is a reddish colour.
He had a naturally ruddy complexion.
Translation of ruddy from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary