Translation of pea green in Spanish:

pea green

verde manzana, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpi ˈˌɡrin/

adjective

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    (invariable adjective) verde manzana

noun

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    verde manzana masculine
    • Stems maintain red color, but fronds age to pea green.
    • Although the base of the bed was old and worn (a disgusting dirty pea green - its pattern long-since worn away) the mattress I'd bought with it had been quite new.
    • Japanese maples can have wonderfully colored bark, in hues ranging from pea green to orange and pink.
    • The colors are mostly solid and bright (oh, that metallic pea green!) and the black levels are evenly dark without any gray tints.
    • The dry earth is embroidered with strange succulents all in the same shade of pale pea-green.
    • Typically, the harshly exaggerated modeling of the flesh bears a complementary coloristic relationship to the ground, which in the case of 1863 is somewhere between pea green and olive drab.
    • In a work from 2002, an array of small dots includes pale turquoise, pea green, powdery indigo and several shades of delicate gray.
    • But as long as you try to control yourself and don't foolishly imagine that the divine suit in a less-than-divine shade of pea-green will flatter you, you'll easily steer a safe and fruitful path through the bargains quicksand.
    • This particular apartment had been decorated an ugly pea-green with hardwood floors and red plaid furniture.
    • The late May sun shone through the windows with golden haze that turned the dark green kitchen to a musky pea green.
    • The walls were the same shade of pea green as the canned soup that dad served us on the nights he liked to refer to as ‘family dinner night’.
    • The food dye makes them look uncomfortably bold and brash with their poor flowers and leaves coloured pea green and orange, bright red and even blue.
    • I spoke a little more quickly that time, as Cherry started getting sick to her stomach and her face started turning a faint shade of pea-green.
    • Will watched the walls turn from a pea green to an ivory color.