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dark  Noun
Plural: darks
  1. Translate "dark" to Spanish: oscuridad, penumbra
    English Synonyms of "dark": blackness, darkness, dusk, obscurity, dimness, gloom, semidarkness
    Define meaning of "dark": An unilluminated area. ; Absence of light or illumination.
  2. He moved off into the darkness.

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dark  Adjective
  1. Translate "dark" to Spanish: oscuro, obscuro, negro, sin alumbrado, anochecido
    English Synonyms of "dark": dim, obscure, darkish, dusky, shadowy, darksome, subfusc
    Define meaning of "dark": Devoid or partially devoid of light or brightness; shadowed or black or somber-colored. ; Having a dark hue.
  2. Sitting in a dark corner.
    A dark day.
    Dark shadows.
    The theater is dark on Mondays.
    Dark as the inside of a black cat.
    Dark green.
    Dark glasses.
    Dark colors like wine red or navy blue.

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  3. Translate "dark" to Spanish: tenebroso, funeral, obscuro, oscuro, sombrío, caliginoso, fosco, lóbrego
    English Synonyms of "dark": obscure, dreary, gloomy, shadowy, dismal, lugubrious, mirky, murky
    Define meaning of "dark": Causing dejection. ; Showing a brooding ill humor.
  4. A blue day.
    The dark days of the war.
    A week of rainy depressing weather.
    A disconsolate winter landscape.
    The first dismal dispiriting days of November.
    A dark gloomy day.
    Grim rainy weather.
    A dark scowl.
    The proverbially dour New England Puritan.
    A glum, hopeless shrug.
    He sat in moody silence.
    A morose and unsociable manner.
    A saturnine, almost misanthropic young genius.
    Ruce Bliven;.

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  5. Translate "dark" to Spanish: oscuro, moreno, pardo, prieto
    English Synonyms of "dark": brunette, brunet, dark-complexioned, dark-skinned, black-a-vised, dark-colored, dark-coloured
    Define meaning of "dark": Having skin rich in melanin pigments. ; Brunet (used of hair or skin or eyes).
  6. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
    The dark races.
    Dark-skinned peoples.
    Dark eyes.

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  7. Translate "dark" to Spanish: cerrado
    English Synonyms of "dark": closed, locked, not open, shut, unopened, on the latch
    Define meaning of "dark": Shut down. ; Not open. ; Not open or affording passage or access.; Used especially of mouth or eyes. ; Blocked against entry. ; Not open to the general public. ; With shutters closed.

  8. Translate "dark" to Spanish: fuera de funcionamiento
    English Synonyms of "dark": not in operation

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