Definition of 'eye shadow'
Example sentences containing 'eye shadow'
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Eye shadow colours that would really suit you are pale blue or purple. The Sun (2012)The colour of your eye shadow shouldn't compete with the colour of your glasses. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Emerald is the eye shadow colour of the year - and a great match for green springtime. The Sun (2013)
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Used Rarely. eye shadow is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'eye shadow'
British English: eye shadow /aɪ ˈʃædəʊ/ NOUN
Eye shadow is a substance which you can paint on your eyelids in order to make them a different colour.
- American English: eye shadow
- Arabic: ظِلُّ العَيـْن
- Brazilian Portuguese: sombra de olho
- Chinese: 眼影膏
- Croatian: sjenilo za oči
- Czech: oční stíny
- Danish: øjenskygge
- Dutch: oogschaduw
- European Spanish: sombra de ojos
- Finnish: luomiväri
- French: fard à paupières
- German: Lidschatten
- Greek: σκιά ματιών
- Italian: ombretto
- Japanese: アイシャドウ
- Korean: 아이섀도
- Norwegian: øyenskygge
- Polish: cień do powiek
- European Portuguese: sombra de olhos
- Romanian: fard de pleoape
- Russian: тени для век
- Spanish: sombra de ojos
- Swedish: ögonskugga
- Thai: อายแชโดว์
- Turkish: göz farı
- Ukrainian: тіні для повік
- Vietnamese: phấn mắt
Definition of eye shadow from the Collins English Dictionary
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