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grayadjective, noun [C/U]

(esp. Cdn Br grey)  us   /ɡreɪ/
(of) the color that is a mixture of black and white, the color of clouds when it rains: a gray coat [U] She was dressed in gray. Hair that has changed color to gray: He’s already beginning to turn gray. If the weather is gray, there are a lot of clouds in the sky. A gray area is an unclear situation, usually because the rules that relate to it are not known: Criminal negligence is a gray area.
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