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Significado de “colour” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "colour" - Diccionario Inglés

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colournoun

UK (US color) uk   /ˈkʌl.ər/  us   //

colour noun (APPEARANCE)

A1 [C or U] red, ​blue, ​green, ​yellow, etc.: What's ​yourfavourite colour? She ​wears a lot of ​bright colours. What colour are ​youreyes? Does the ​shirt come in any other colour? I like ​richjewel colours, such as ​purple, ​blue, and ​green. Are the ​photos in colour or ​black and ​white? [U] the ​pleasanteffect of a ​bright colour or of a lot of colours together: I ​think we need a ​bit of colour in this ​room. Red and ​yellowpeppers give a little colour to the ​sauce.literary The ​wholegarden was ablaze with/a ​riot of colour (= ​full of different ​bright colours). [C] a ​substance, such as a ​paint or dye , that you ​add to something to give it a ​particular colour: I put my new ​greenshirt in a ​hotwash and the colour ran (= the colour came out of the ​material). [U] a ​pink colour in someone's ​face, often ​showing good ​health or ​showingfeelings such as ​embarrassment or ​excitement: That ​walk has put some colour in ​yourcheeks. I ​watched the colour drain from her ​face as she ​heard the ​news. She has a high colour (= the ​natural colour of her ​face is ​red).
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colour noun (INTEREST)

C2 [U] interesting or ​excitingqualities or ​details: We ​addedyourstory for a ​bit of ​local colour. Michael was there so that ​added a ​bit of colour to the evening's ​proceedings.

colour noun (RACE)

C2 [C or U] the ​natural colour of a person's ​skin which ​shows which ​race they ​belong to: She ​felt she had not been given the ​job because of her colour. There should be no ​discrimination on the ​grounds of colour.people of colour used by ​people with ​darkskin to ​describe themselves: We need to ​protect the ​rights of ​people of colour.

colour noun (SYMBOL)

colours [plural] (at ​school, ​college, or ​university) an ​honour given to ​people who have been ​chosen for a ​sportsteam, often ​represented by a ​specialsymbol on a ​shirt or ​tie: She was ​awarded her colours forhockey/her ​hockey colours at the end of ​term. the ​officialflag of a ​country, ​ship, or ​militarygroup: regimental colours

colouradjective

UK (US color) uk   /ˈkʌl.ər/  us   //
Colour ​television, ​photography, or ​printingshows things in all ​their colours, not just in ​black and ​white.

colourverb

UK (US color) uk   /ˈkʌl.ər/  us   //

colour verb (BECOME A COLOUR)

A1 [I or T] to ​become a ​particular colour, or to make something a ​particular colour: Do you ​think he colours his ​hair? He ​drew a ​heart and coloured it ​red. Fry the ​onions till they ​start to colour. [I] to ​becomered in the ​face because you are ​embarrassed

colour verb (INFLUENCE)

C2 [T often passive] If something colours ​youropinion of something, it ​influencesyouropinion in a ​negative way: I'm ​sure my ​views on ​marriage are coloured by my ​parents' ​divorce. I'm ​trying not to ​let my ​judgment be coloured by that one ​incident.
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(Definition of colour from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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