Translation for 'pale lilac' from English to Bulgarian
pale lilac {adj}бледолилав
lilac {adj}люляков
lilac {adj}лилав
lilac {noun} [genus Syringa]
люляк {м}
pale {adj}блед
pale green {adj}бледозелен
pale pink {adj}бледорозов
to pale by / in comparison with sth. [fig.] {verb} бледнея в сравнение с нщ. [прен.]
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Usage Examples English
  • The dorsum is tan-brown in preservative and sienna brown and pale lilac in life.
  • The preserved specimen has a pale lilac-grey ground color where the cuticular layer of the skin is intact and a darker brown where this layer is missing.
  • By careful selection and hybridization over many years he obtained a strain of poppies ranging in colour from white and pale lilac to pink and red, and unlike the wild poppies these had no dark blotches at the base of the petals.
  • The flowers are white through pale lilac, borne in a short raceme on a 5- to 1-cm stem.
  • It stagnated and then plenty of water hyacinths started growing densely in the canals, forming lovely green carpets with pale lilac flowers carpets.

  • The colors of some lilac flowers may be equivalent to the colors shown below as "pale lilac", "rich lilac", or "deep lilac".
  • The six-petaled flowers vary in color from pale lilac or white to deep purple or blue-violet.
  • Up to six eggs are laid in the nest. The bushcrow's eggs are cream-colored with pale lilac blotches that concentrate into a ring at the wider end.
  • The flowers may be of various colours from pale lilac through to bright purple.
  • When mounted in a 3% KOH solution, the spores are pale lilac grey, and the surface ornamentation forms swollen pustules that loosen and dissolve.

  • The flowers are pale lilac, produced on spikes 2–5 cm long at the top of slender, leafless stems 20–50 cm long. Flowers from June to September, depending on weather.
  • , whitish to pale violet or pale lilac in the upper part of the stem when young, but soon fading, grayish-white in the lower part of the stem.
  • "Goniobranchus woodwardae" has a pale lilac mantle which grades to darker pink in some individuals.
  • Profusely covered with grey leaves, it grows to 2 m in height and width in the wild, with pale lilac flowers.
  • The inflorescence is an open array of 2 to 7 off-white to pale lilac flowers each less than a centimeter in length.

  • Underside white, without any pink or pale lilac tint; the markings more faint, but as on the upperside.
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