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  1. colour

    • IPA[ˈkʌlə]

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    • n.
      the property possessed by an object of producing different sensations on the eye as a result of the way it reflects or emits light;one, or any mixture, of the constituents into which light can be separated in a spectrum or rainbow, sometimes including (loosely) black and white
    • v.
      change the colour of (something) by painting, dyeing, or shading it;take on a different colour
    • noun: colour, plural noun: colours

    • verb: colour, 3rd person present: colours, gerund or present participle: colouring, past tense: coloured, past participle: coloured

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the property possessed by an object of producing different sensations on the eye as a result of the way it reflects or emits light:

      the lights flickered and changed colour

    • 2. one, or any mixture, of the constituents into which light can be separated in a spectrum or rainbow, sometimes including (loosely) black and white:

      a rich brown colour

      a range of bright colours

    • 3. the use of all colours, not only black and white, in photography or television:

      he has shot the whole film in colour

      colour television

    • 4. rosiness or redness of the face as an indication of health or of embarrassment, anger, etc.:

      there was some colour back in his face

      colour flooded her skin as she realized what he meant

    • 5. a substance used to give something a particular colour:

      lip colour

      as with any chemical treatment, colour can cause hair to become dry

    • 6. any of the major conventional colours used in coats of arms (gules, vert, sable, azure, purpure), especially as opposed to the metals, furs, and stains.
    • 7. any of the balls other than the white cue ball and the reds:

      Hendry potted the last four colours to win 5–4

    • 8. pigmentation of the skin, especially as an indication of someone's race:

      discrimination on the basis of colour

    • 9. a group of people considered as being distinguished by skin pigmentation:

      all colours and nationalities

    • 10. vivid appearance resulting from the juxtaposition of many bright things:

      for colour, plant groups of winter-flowering pansies

    • 11. features that lend a particularly interesting quality to something:

      a town full of colour and character

    • 12. variety of musical tone or expression:

      orchestral colour

    • 13. an item or items of a particular colour worn to identify or distinguish an individual or a member of a group, in particular a jockey or a member of a sports team:

      it was Devon Loch's first victory in the colours of his royal owner

      it will be strange running on to the pitch in another team's colours

    • 14. a badge, cap, or other item in the distinctive colours of a particular school, awarded to a pupil selected to represent the school in a sport.
    • 15. the flag of a country, or of a regiment or ship:

      all over the world countries which had long been administered by others were hoisting their own colours

      the Cheshire Regiment celebrated its tercentenary with a tattoo and the presentation of the new colours

    • 16. a shade of meaning:

      many events in her past had taken on a different colour

    • 17. a quantized property of quarks which can take three values (designated blue, green, and red) for each flavour.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. change the colour of (something) by painting, dyeing, or shading it:

      he coloured her hair with a selection of blonde and brown shades

    • 2. take on a different colour:

      the foliage will not colour well if the soil is too rich

    • 3. fill (a shape or outline) with colour:

      he hated finger-painting and colouring in pictures

    • 4. make vivid or picturesque:

      he has coloured the dance with gestures from cabaret and vaudeville

    • 5. (of a person or their skin) show embarrassment or shame by becoming red; blush:

      she coloured slightly

    • 6. cause (a person's skin) to change in colour:

      rage coloured his pale complexion

    • 7. (of an emotion) imbue (a person's voice) with a particular tone:

      surprise coloured her voice

    • 8. influence, especially in a negative way; distort:

      the experiences had coloured her whole existence

    • 9. misrepresent by distortion or exaggeration:

      witnesses might colour evidence to make a story saleable

    • n.
      the property possessed by an object of producing different sensations on the eye as a result of the way the object reflects or emits light:
    • the lights flickered and changed color
    • v.
      change the color of (something) by painting, dyeing, or shading it:
    • he colored her hair with a selection of blonde and brown shades

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    • adj.
      having a color or colors, especially as opposed to being black, white, or neutral:
    • strings of colored lights

      brightly colored birds are easier to see

    • n.
      a person who is wholly or partly of nonwhite descent.

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    • n. the process or skill of applying a substance to something so as to change its original color:

    • the salon concentrates purely on coloring

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    • adj.
      having a colour or colours, especially as opposed to being black, white, or neutral:
    • strings of coloured lights

      brightly coloured birds are easier to see

    • n.
      a person who is wholly or partly of non-white descent.

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    • n. the process of changing the colour of something by painting, dyeing, or shading it:

    • the salon concentrates purely on colouring

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    • n. the colour of, or a colour resembling that of, a person's skin:

    • men with different flesh colours

      skin tones differ, so this lipliner might not be the perfect flesh colour for everyone

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    • n. the customs, manner of speech, dress, or other typical features of a place or period that contribute to its particular character:

    • reporters in search of local colour and gossip

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    • adj. slightly unwell:

    • I'm feeling a bit off colour

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    • n. a social system in which black and other non-white people are denied access to the same rights, opportunities, and facilities as white people.

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