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is "rosado" invariable?

steven s.C1Kwiziq community member

is "rosado" invariable?

I see earlier in the thread that you say that "rosado" also means pink.  Does the word "rosado" change to "rosada" with a feminine antecedent, or is it invariable, like "rosa"?

Asked 8 months ago
SilviaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Steven

The adjective "rosado" is variable and, therefore, it has to agree in gender and number with the noun it accompanies - rosado (masc. sing.)/ rosada (fem. sing.)/ rosados (masc. pl.) and rosadas (fem. pl.)

Un saludo

Silvia

 

is "rosado" invariable?

I see earlier in the thread that you say that "rosado" also means pink.  Does the word "rosado" change to "rosada" with a feminine antecedent, or is it invariable, like "rosa"?

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