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Meaning of “orange” - Learner’s Dictionary

orange

adjective     /ˈɒrɪndʒ/
A1 being a colour that is a mixture of red and yellow: a deep orange sunset Common coloursLess common colours
Translations of “orange”
in Arabic بُرْتُقالي…
in Korean 오렌지색의…
in Malaysian perisa oren…
in French à l’orange, d’orange…
in Turkish turuncu rengi, portakal renginde…
in Italian arancio, arancione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 橙色(的),橘黃色(的)…
in Russian оранжевый…
in Polish pomarańczowy…
in Vietnamese mùi cam…
in Spanish de naranja…
in Portuguese laranja…
in Thai น้ำส้ม…
in German Orangen-……
in Catalan taronja…
in Japanese オレンジ色の…
in Indonesian rasa jeruk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 橙色(的),橘黄色(的)…
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