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English to Spanish: Learn the Color Words in Spanish

As you'll see below, this page is a little different than the other vocabulary pages on the site. Instead of just being textual, this page provides a list of English to Spanish colors presented along side a block of color to help you visually remember the color translations.

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Below the main list of colors, there is also a short list of color-related words translated from English to Spanish, including the translations for the words dark, opaque, translucent, and transparent.

Below this you'll also find a series of three videos where you can continue your learning of the Spanish colors, plus some links to interesting Spanish-related articles and our current Spanish web poll.

If you know of any other Spanish (or any other language, really) animals, then free free to use the form at the bottom of the page to submit your new translations to be added to the site. Next to the submit form, you'll find links where you can subscribe to site updates.

English to Spanish Color Words:

Whether you take Spanish classes online or simply study Spanish language books offline, our list of color related English to Spanish translations are here to help teach you the words for all colors in Spanish and English so you can become fluent in Spanish!

View this list of Spanish colors with translations from: Spanish to English or English to Spanish

(Words in bold added during the last update. Latest additions can also been seen on our Twitter page: LearnSpanishCLT.)

Black - Negro

Blue - Azul

Brown - Marrón

Green - Verde

Jet black - Azabache

Orange - Anaranjado

Pink - Rosado

Purple - Morado

Red - Rojo

Sky blue - Azul celeste

Violet - Violeta

White - Blanco

Yellow - Amarillo

Color Related Words from English to Spanish:

Dark - Oscuro
Opaque - Opaco
Translucent - Translucido
Transparent - Transparente

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Learn Spanish Colors with Videos

Margo's Magnifico Podcast - Spanish Colors: Three Part Set

This set of videos are like a virtual classroom (complete with teacher) to help you learn the Spanish Colours in various ways. By the end of the lesson, you should have a good handle on the colours, as well as the proper pronounciations for each of the words. Includes the colors: red, brown, green, white, orange, yellow, blue, black, grey, purple, pink.





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2016 Holidays in Spain – By the Month
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