Translation of colorless in Spanish:

colorless

incoloro, adj.

(British colourless)

Pronunciation: /ˈkʌləlɪs//ˈkələrləs/

adjective

  • 1

    (without color)
    incoloro
    sin color
    • Ethene is a colorless gas that can be collected from natural gas and crude oil.
    • At room temperature and standard pressure ethers are colorless, neutral liquids with pleasant odors.
    • The rare gases are all colorless, odorless, and tasteless.
    • Sarin is a clear, colorless, and tasteless liquid that has no odor in its pure form.
    • At normal room temperatures and pressures ammonia exists as a colorless gas that is lighter than air and has a characteristic pungent odor.
    • When it leaves the still, tequila, like most spirits, is colorless.
    • The distilled essential oil is colourless or tinged very pale yellow so it does not stain.
    • Chemically, nitrous oxide is a colorless gas with a slightly sweet odor and no appreciable taste at normal ambient temperature and pressure.
    • Carbon monoxide is colourless and odourless, and is produced when gas fails to burn completely.
    • This colorless, solid cream works to temporarily fill in lines and large pores, and leaves a soft, opalescent finish that feels very silky.
    • Coconut oil is a colorless to pale brownish yellow oil with a melting point starting at 26 § C.
    • In its pure state, nicotine is a colorless, oily, acrid liquid.
    • Radon is a naturally occurring colourless, odourless gas that is emitted from rocks containing minerals rich in the transuranic elements.
    • Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that can poison you if you breathe too much of it.
    • Some other liquids may be clear and colorless, but water is unique!
    • Radon condenses to a clear, colorless liquid at its boiling point and then freezes to form a yellow, then orangish red solid.
    • At room temperature, formaldehyde is an extremely reactive colorless gas with a suffocating odor.
    • Phosphine, generated from aluminum phosphide and water, is a highly toxic, colorless gas with a fishy or garlic-like odor.
    • It is a colourless gas produced by the decay of organic matter such as raw sewage, oils, and salt water.
    • Because carbon dioxide is colorless, odorless and disperses immediately into the air, few realize how much spills out of tailpipes and smokestacks.
    • At atmospheric temperatures, ozone is a colorless gas with an odor similar to chlorine that can usually be detected at a level of about 0.01 parts per million.
    • Carbon monoxide injuries and deaths occur when levels of the tasteless, odorless and colorless gas build up in poorly ventilated spaces where a carbon-based fuel is burned.
  • 2

    (dull)
    (person/life) anodino
    (life/person) gris
    • This does not mean that his account is bland and colourless, but he is striving for scholarly objectivity and clarity as far as that is possible under the circumstances.
    • What we saw that day was colourless, dull and unimaginative.
    • The world seemed dull and colorless, and gray as Paula's despairing heart.
    • Everything is a uniform shade of grey, built out of old power station parts and conduits, populated by drab, colourless people.
    • The country has had a coalition government of right and left parties for some time, which has increasingly been criticised for being too colourless and weak.
    • Life without restriction is, colorless, jaded, and uninspired.
    • Did this man whose entire life has been spent as an office worker in dull and colorless businesses in rural Pennsylvania just suddenly have a Walter Mitty fantasy that happened to come true?
    • His family life was dreary; his married life colourless.
    • Depression is not beautiful and romantic; it's dismal and colourless and sad and boring.
    • Beyond that, her soprano is strangely colorless, and her projection of the text flat and matter-of-fact.
    • It's so colourless, so dull, so hellish here, a very poor substitute for what I've lost.
    • Seldom in world history can so much power have been wielded by such an apparently colourless character.
    • It has been characterised as an era of colourless politicians, ill-judged initiatives in foreign policy, tentative reforms, parliamentary corruption, and economic weakness.
    • Unlike many of the colourless characters in golf, there is much more to him than putting and winning tournaments.
    • Visually, it's as exciting as a soap opera: flat and colourless.
    • They have a talented squad, but their performances are so often colourless and mediocre.
    • His colorless mediocrity exemplifies why I lost interest in the team.
    • Worse, his singing continues to be monotonously loud and colorless, without a trace of grace, style, or musical shape.
    • A couple of seasons of too much talk, too many colorless characters, and not enough action have left the show in limbo.
    • She knew that without Davie her world would be colorless and dull.