Definition of 'blonde'
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There was always two blonde ones and another one. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Women with blonde hair are afraid to let it be seen. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They are quite alike with long legs and long blonde hair. The Sun (2016)I only noticed him because of his bright blonde hair. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But instead of feathers, this aerial escort has a mane of blonde hair and a whirring propeller on her back. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Pictures show her fully veiled or with only her blue eyes on display, but in public she wears skinny jeans and leaves her long blonde hair uncovered. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When a beautiful blonde arrived he asked here to run him a bath. The Sun (2008)She wore skinny jeans and a blonde wig. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The young blonde woman smiles at me. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Keen to chat up the two visiting blondes? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Within a few minutes into my office erupted a blonde bombshell. Spitfire Women of World War II (2007)There was dried blood in her short blonde hair. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He was struck by a statuesque blonde at the coffee point. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He appeared particularly taken with one blonde who peeled off her bikini top in front of him. The Sun (2010)He was dancing with a beautiful blonde. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She also sported a flowing blonde wig. The Sun (2012)But this blonde bombshell appeared from nowhere and told them to get lost. The Sun (2011)Her blonde hair is tied up in a simple ponytail. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He spoke dreamily of his plans to whisk the beautiful blonde away on a holiday. The Sun (2008)It included a picture of him in a blonde wig and lipstick. The Sun (2013)We sat three rows behind a woman with a blonde, beehive hairdo ringing a bell. The Sun (2016)We wanted to do a song where it's two blondes coming together as a unit. The Sun (2014) Tall, glamorous blonde women glided about. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They were all bar one blondes who looked like Amber. The Sun (2016)He uses his own barley in blonde and white beers, a stout and a strong brew to go with cheese. The Sun (2010)He wanted to stay next door with that statuesque blonde, the one with the enormous heels and tiny Lycra dress. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Go bold with your colours, and if you happen to be blonde with pale skin, purple is a good colour for a dress. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'blonde'
British English: blonde /blɒnd/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who has blonde hair has pale-coloured hair.
My sister has blonde hair.
- American English: blonde
- Arabic: أَشْقَر
- Brazilian Portuguese: loiro
- Chinese: 金发碧眼的
- Croatian: koji ima plavu kosu
- Czech: blonďatý
- Danish: blond
- Dutch: blond
- European Spanish: rubio
- Finnish: vaaleatukkainen
- French: blond
- German: blond
- Greek: ξανθός
- Italian: biondo
- Japanese: ブロンドの
- Korean: 금발인
- Norwegian: blond
- Polish: blond
- European Portuguese: loiro
- Romanian: blond
- Russian: белокурый
- Spanish: rubio color del cabello
- Swedish: blond
- Thai: เป็นสีทอง
- Turkish: sarışın
- Ukrainian: білявий
- Vietnamese: vàng hoe
British English: blonde NOUN
A blonde is a woman who has blonde hair.
...a stunning blonde in her early thirties.
Definition of blonde from the Collins English Dictionary
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