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Explanation: Aperladas appears in several sites, mostly Mexican, so perhaps it is of local use. However, it always makes reference to what here we call "nacarado" (I'm in Argentina). You might use then any adjective in English to describe the lustre of nacre. I found "nacreous", but you may find some other word you like better. Hope it helps.