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Translation of "colour" - English-Turkish dictionary

colour

noun UK ( US color)     /ˈkʌlər/
RED/BLUE ETC [C, U]
A1 red, blue, green, yellow, etc renk Green is my favourite colour. What colour shall I paint the kitchen? Colour - general words
FILM/TV ETC [U]
using or showing all the colours, not only black and white bütün renkler Why didn't he shoot the film in colour?Colour - general words
SKIN [U]
the colour of a person's skin, which shows their race ten rengi, derisinin rengi The skin, and skin colourRace and ethnicityRacial issues
FACE [U]
healthy pink skin on someone's face yüzünün rengi The colour drained from her cheeks.Colour - general wordsThe skin, and skin colour
INTEREST [U]
interesting or exciting qualities or parts nitelik, ilgi çekici olma, ilginç/heyecan veren özellik We added your story for a bit of local colour.Excitement, interest, energy and enthusiasm
→  See also primary colour , with flying colours
(Definition of colour noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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