Translation for 'pale green' from English to Bulgarian
pale green {adj}бледозелен
Partial Matches
green {adj}зелен
pale {adj}блед
green card {noun}зелена карта {ж}
green tea {noun}
зелен чай {м}
dark green {adj}тъмнозелен
green salad {noun}зелена салата {ж}
pale lilac {adj}бледолилав
pale pink {adj}бледорозов
green rosella {noun} [Platycercus caledonicus]
зелена розела {ж}
green anaconda {noun} [Eunectes murinus]
зелена анаконда {ж}
green anaconda {noun} [Eunectes murinus]
гигантска анаконда {ж}
green heron {noun} [Butorides virescens]
зеленогърба чапла {ж}
green sandpiper {noun} [Tringa ochropus]
голям горски водобегач {м}
western green mamba {noun} [Dendroaspis viridis]
западна зелена мамба {ж}
green shield bug {noun} [Palomena prasina]
вонещица {ж}
green shield bug {noun} [Palomena prasina]
миризливка {ж}
Hallowell's green mamba {noun} [Dendroaspis viridis]
западна зелена мамба {ж}
West African green mamba {noun} [Dendroaspis viridis]
западна зелена мамба {ж}
to pale by / in comparison with sth. [fig.] {verb} бледнея в сравнение с нщ. [прен.]
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Usage Examples English
  • The eggs are oval and smooth, with a pale green-blue color.
  • They are variable in colour but are commonly pale green-brown with dark brown markings, densest at the larger end.
  • They are linear to lanceolate, and have pale green or white stomatal bands on the undersides.
  • The eggs can be whitish, buffish or pale green, with brown or grey spots.
  • Juniper berries are steam distilled to produce an essential oil that may vary from colorless to yellow or pale green.

  • Symptoms include poor plant growth, and leaves become pale green or yellow because they are unable to make sufficient chlorophyll.
  • The ghost fungus ("Omphalotus nidiformis") grows on trees and is another easily recognisable species, especially at night when it glows a pale green.
  • When the mineral exhibits good pale green to yellow color and is transparent, then it is used as a gemstone.
  • The color is often translated as "pale", though "ashen", "pale green", and "yellowish green" are other possible interpretations (the Greek word is the root of "chlorophyll" and "chlorine").
  • The bulbous chrysalis is pale green or jade green and emits a repulsive, ultrasonic sound when touched.

  • The olivine has a distinctive pale green color in which the pyroxene forms black flecks.
  • The clutch is typically 3–5 eggs which are smooth and glossy, with a white or occasionally pale green ground and marked with brown speckles which are sometimes concentrated at the larger end.
  • These geckos are pale green in colouration yet lack peritoneal pigmentation.
  • The body colour is olive green or pale green. A rost-coloured stripe extends from the nostril to the eye.
  • Red-crested pochards build nests by the lakeside among vegetation and lay 8–12 pale green eggs.

  • They were colored pale green or brown and showed a crown rather than an M&Ms logo.
  • Very frequently they show layers of different composition, indicated by variations in color or other optical properties; thus augite may be green in the center surrounded by various shades of brown; or they may be pale green centrally and darker green with strong pleochroism (aegirine) at the periphery.
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