greenadjectiveuk us /ɡriːn/
green adjective (COLOUR)
- The male mallard has a green head and reddish-brown chest.
- He's got pink walls and a green carpet, which to my mind looks all wrong.
- I think I'll take your advice and get the green dress.
- I put my new green shirt in a hot wash and the colour ran.
- I wore that skirt with the green spots.
green adjective (POLITICAL)
- There is a growing current of support for green issues among voters.
- Some parents were critical of attempts to indoctrinate children in green ideology.
- The government's new-found enthusiasm for green issues has been welcomed by environmentalists.
- It's not very green, throwing away so much rubbish.
- I'm going to try to be a bit greener and recycle more.
green adjective (PLANTS)
green adjective (NOT READY)
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green adjective (NOT EXPERIENCED)
greennounuk us /ɡriːn/
green noun (COLOUR)
green noun (GRASS)
green noun (FOOD)