complexion

complexion
kəm'plekʃən
noun
(the colour or appearance of the skin especially of the face: a beautiful complexion.) tez
complexion n tez

complexión sustantivo femenino constitution
complexión sustantivo femenino build 'complexión' also found in these entries: Spanish: cutis - recia - recio - tez - constitución English: complexion - fresh - build - dark - dull - flawless - florid - healthy - show - sickly - unhealthy - wan - young
complexion
tr[kəm'plekʃən]
noun
1 (quality of skin) cutis nombre masculino; (colour or tone of skin) tez nombre femenino
2 (aspect, character) aspecto, cariz nombre masculino, naturaleza, carácter nombre masculino
that puts a different complexion on things eso le da otro cariz a las cosas
complexion [kəm'plɛkʃən] n
: cutis m, tez f
of dark complexion: de tez morena
complexion
n.
aspecto s.m.
carácter s.m.
color s.m.
color de la cara s.m.
complexión s.f.
cutis s.m.
tez s.f.
kəm'plekʃən
noun
a) (skin type) cutis m; (in terms of color) tez f
b) (aspect) cariz m

to put a different/new complexion on something — darle* otro/un nuevo cariz a algo

[kǝm'plekʃǝn]
N tez f , cutis m ; (in terms of colour) tez f , piel f ; (fig) cariz m , aspecto m

that puts a different complexion on it — eso le da otro cariz or aspecto

* * *
[kəm'plekʃən]
noun
a) (skin type) cutis m; (in terms of color) tez f
b) (aspect) cariz m

to put a different/new complexion on something — darle* otro/un nuevo cariz a algo


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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  • complexion — [ kɔ̃plɛksjɔ̃ ] n. f. • XIIe; lat. complexio → complexe 1 ♦ Littér. Ensemble des éléments constitutifs du corps humain. ⇒ constitution, nature, tempérament. Une complexion délicate, faible; robuste. « La peste détruisait surtout les complexions… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Complexion — Com*plex ion (k[o^]m*pl[e^]k sh[u^]n), n. [F. complexion, fr. L. complexio. See {Complex}, a.] 1. The state of being complex; complexity. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Though the terms of propositions may be complex, yet . . . it is properly called a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • complexion — COMPLEXION. s. f. Tempérament, constitution du corps. Bonne, mauvaise complexion. Robuste, foible, délicate, forte complexion. Complexion mélancolique. Complexion bilieuse. Complexion triste, gaie, etc. Cela est contraire, nuisible à sa… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • complexion — COMPLEXION. s. f. Temperament, constitution du corps. Bonne, mauvaise complexion. robuste, foible, delicate, forte complexion. complexion melancolique. complexion bilieuse &c. cela est contraire, nuisible à sa complexion. il le faut traitter… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • complexion — Complexion, Une complexion bien disposée, AEqualis temperies. La complexion d aucun, Natura et mores alicuius. C est sa complexion, Ita natus est. B. Quand l homme retire à la complexion d une femme, et fait actes de femme plus que d homme,… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • complexión — sustantivo femenino 1. Área: fisiología Constitución física de una persona o animal: un hombre de complexión fuerte, complexión débil, complexión atlética, complexión fina, complexión gruesa …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • complexión — ‘Constitución física’: «Impresionaba por su desfachatez, su complexión esmirriada y sus mechas oxigenadas» (Hoy [Chile] 13 19.1.97). Debe evitarse su uso como sinónimo de tez, registrado en algunas zonas de América por calco del inglés complexion …   Diccionario panhispánico de dudas

  • complexion — I noun apparent character, apparent state appearance, aspect, carriage, character, color, contour, demeanor, display, disposition, external appearance, facet, fashion, favor, feature, figure, form, guise, image, impression, look, manifestation,… …   Law dictionary

  • complexion — mid 14c., bodily constitution, from O.Fr. complexion, complession combination of humors, hence temperament, character, make up, from L. complexionem (nom. complexio) combination (in L.L., physical constitution ), from complexus (see COMPLEX (Cf.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • complexion — [n1] skin coloring, appearance cast, color, coloration, coloring, flush, front, glow, hue, looks, mug*, phiz*, pigmentation, skin, skin tone, texture, tinge, tint, tone; concepts 405,622 complexion [n2] someone’s character appearance, aspect,… …   New thesaurus

  • complexion — [kəm plek′shən] n. [ME complexioun < OFr complexion, combination of humors, hence temperament < L complexio, combination < complexus: see COMPLEX] 1. a) Historical the combination of the qualities of cold, heat, dryness, and moisture, or …   English World dictionary

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