Definition of 'blonde'
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I only noticed him because of his bright blonde hair. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She wore skinny jeans and a blonde wig. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The young blonde woman smiles at me. Times, Sunday Times (2013)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)We sat three rows behind a woman with a blonde, beehive hairdo ringing a bell. The Sun (2016) Tall, glamorous blonde women glided about. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He uses his own barley in blonde and white beers, a stout and a strong brew to go with cheese. The Sun (2010)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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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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