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red

noun [C or U]
 
 
/red/
the colour of fresh blood
红,红色
She uses a lot of reds and pinks in her paintings.
她的画作中大量使用红色和粉红色。
I've always worn a lot of red.
我一向是穿红色衣服居多。
She was dressed all in red.
她穿了一身红。
Common coloursLess common colours
Translations of “red”
in Spanish rojo, pelirrojo, comunista…
in Arabic الَّلون الأحْمَر…
in Korean 핏빛, 빨강…
in Portuguese vermelho…
in French rouge, roux, communiste…
in German rot…
in Catalan vermell…
in Japanese 赤, 赤色…
in Russian красный цвет…
in Chinese (Traditional) 紅,紅色…
in Italian rosso…
in Turkish al, kan kırmızısı, al renk…
in Polish czerwień…
(Definition of red noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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