¿Cuál es la diferencia entre "tener el pelo claro" y "ser rubio"?
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We say that someone "tiene el pelo claro" to refer to "hair of a light colour, e.g. blond, very light brown...) as opposed to "tiene el pelo oscuro" that refers to black, brown hair.
As a more direct translation of "being blond" we would then say "Es rubio/-a".
I hope this clarified it and you enjoyed the Mafalda reader.
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