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khaki

noun [U] uk   us   /ˈkɑː.ki/

khaki noun [U] (CLOTH)

dark yellowish-green cloth, often worn by soldiers

khaki noun [U] (COLOUR)

a dark yellowish-green colour

khaki

adjective uk   us   /ˈkɑː.ki/
of a dark yellowish-green colour
Translations of “khaki”
in Arabic كاكي…
in Korean 카키색…
in Malaysian berwarna khaki…
in French kaki…
in Turkish hâkî renk, asker yeşili/hâkîsi…
in Italian color cachi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 卡其色(的),土黃色(的)…
in Russian хаки…
in Polish khaki…
in Vietnamese kaki, có màu kaki…
in Spanish caqui…
in Portuguese cáqui…
in Thai สีกากี…
in German das Khaki…
in Catalan caqui…
in Japanese カーキー色…
in Indonesian khaki…
in Chinese (Simplified) 卡其色(的),土黄色(的)…
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