Translation of pixilated in Spanish:


chiflado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpɪksəˌleɪdəd//ˈpɪksɪleɪtɪd/


dated, humorous

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    chiflado informal
    • A curator of costumes and textiles at the City Museum recalled him as "a pixilated man — as in whimsy and playfulness," and chuckled at the memory of one of his favorite lecture topics.
    • For the remainder of the night the unsteady trumpeting of the elephants echoed through the forest as the pixilated herd acted out their binge.
    • Under the scrutiny of honest examination, 30-odd years later, the black and white memories become pixilated and the bland greyness which emerges is a place to which we can consign all this old stuff.