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Pale

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pale
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pale
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pale
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pale
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pale
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pale
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pale
N


ADJ

paleta
NF

paleta
NF

paleta de hélice
NF
vane
N

hick
N

paleto
NM

pale dry sherry
N





empalidecer
V
to turn pale
V

to turn pale
V

to turn pale
V


palidecer
V
to pale
V

palidecer
V
to turn pale
V

pálida
ADJ
ADJ
pale

pálido
ADJ
ghastly
ADJ
pale


paleontological
ADJ






paleolithic
ADJ


Paleozoic
ADJ

Palestinian
ADJ



palestra
N

paleta
NF

paleta
NF
palette
N

paleta de pintor
NF
palette
N

paleta de colores
NF
Informática
color palette
N

paleta de colores
NF
Informática
colour palette
N

NM
paleta
palette
N


palear
V
trabajar con pala [conjugate]
to shovel
V


palenquear
V
V


paletear
V

paletear
V
to pat
V

cara pálida
NF

palette knife
N


palenque
NM

palenque
NM
N


palenque
NM

palenque
NM
peanut brittle
N

paleontología
NF

palestra
NF

paleta
NF


paleta
NF

paleta
NF

paleta
NF

paleta
NF
shoulder blade
N

paleta
NF
shovel
N

paleta
NF
small shovel
N

paleta
NF

paleta
NF

paleta de albañil
NF
mason's trowel
N

paleta de albañil
NF
Arquitectura
masons trowel
N

paleta de hielo
NF
popsicle
N

paleta de pintor
NF

blow with a shovel
N

paletada
NF

shoulder blade
N


paletización
NF

paletización
NF
palletization
N
US/UK

paleto
NM

paleto
NM

paleto
NM


rostro pálido
NM
paleface
N


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English Definitions

pale
N
a wooden strip forming part of a fence
pale
V
turn pale, as if in fear
pale
very light colored; highly diluted with white
pale
(of light) lacking in intensity or brightness; dim or feeble
pale
lacking in vitality or interest or effectiveness
pale
abnormally deficient in color as suggesting physical or emotional distress
pale
not full or rich
pale ale
N
an amber colored ale brewed with pale malts; similar to bitter but drier and lighter
pale blue
of a light shade of blue
N
important pest of chrysanthemums
pale coral root
N
plant having clumps of nearly leafless pale yellowish to greenish stems bearing similarly colored flowers with white lower lips; northern New Mexico north through South Dakota and Washington to Alaska
pale violet
N
leafy-stemmed violet of eastern North America having large white or creamy flowers faintly marked with purple
pale yellow
N
a variable yellow tint; dull yellow, often diluted with white
pale-colored
having a pale color
pale-faced
having a pale face
pale-hued
having a pale color
N
geometrid moths
Paleacrita vernata
N
moth whose larvae are spring cankerworms
N
the more primitive parts of the brain phylogenetically; most structures other than the cerebral cortex
paleface
N
(slang) a derogatory term for a white person (supposedly used by North American Indians)
in a manner lacking interest or vitality
palely
in a pale manner; without physical or emotional color
paleness
N
unnatural lack of color in the skin (as from bruising or sickness or emotional distress)
paleness
N
the property of having a naturally light complexion
paleness
N
being deficient in color
N
a member of the Paleo-American peoples who were the earliest human inhabitants of North America and South America during the late Pleistocene epoch
Paleo-American culture
N
the prehistoric culture of the earliest human inhabitants of North America and South America
Paleo-Amerind
N
a member of the Paleo-American peoples who were the earliest human inhabitants of North America and South America during the late Pleistocene epoch
Paleo-Amerind culture
N
the prehistoric culture of the earliest human inhabitants of North America and South America
Paleo-Indian
N
a member of the Paleo-American peoples who were the earliest human inhabitants of North America and South America during the late Pleistocene epoch
Paleo-Indian culture
N
the prehistoric culture of the earliest human inhabitants of North America and South America
of or concerned with the scientific study of human fossils
N
the scientific study of human fossils
N
a branch of paleontology that deals with the origin and growth and structure of fossil animals and plants as living organisms
N
the study of fossil plants
N
from 63 million to 58 million years ago; appearance of birds and earliest mammals
Paleocene epoch
N
from 63 million to 58 million years ago; appearance of birds and earliest mammals
N
the anterior lobe of the cerebellum which was one of the earliest parts of the hindbrain to develop in mammals
N
the study of the climate of past ages
N
the olfactory cortex of the cerebrum
of or relating to the olfactory cortex of the cerebrum
N
the branch of paleobotany that studies fossil trees
N
the branch of ecology that studies ancient ecology
N
the more primitive parts of the brain phylogenetically; most structures other than the cerebral cortex
N
the ethnography of paleolithic humans
N
the study of the geography of ancient times or ancient epochs
N
the study of geologic features once at the surface of the earth but now buried beneath rocks
N
an archeologist skilled in paleography
N
an archeologist skilled in paleography
paleography
N
the study of ancient forms of writing (and the deciphering of them)
English Definitions from WordNet 3.0
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