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maroon

noun [U] uk   /məˈruːn/ us  
a dark reddish-purple colour
maroon
adjective uk   us  
of a dark reddish-purple colour
Translations of “maroon”
in Korean 적갈색의…
in Arabic كستِنائي…
in French bordeaux…
in Turkish kestane rengi…
in Italian bordeaux, marrone rossastro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 紫褐色(的), 褐紅色(的)…
in Russian темно-бордовый цвет…
in Polish (kolor) bordowy, bordo…
in Spanish granate…
in Portuguese castanho…
in German das Kastanienbraun, kastanienbraun…
in Catalan granat…
in Japanese えび茶色の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 紫褐色(的)…
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