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colour scheme

noun [C] uk UK ( US color scheme)   us  
a combination of colours that has been chosen for a particular room
Translations of “colour scheme”
in Chinese (Traditional) (特定房間的)色彩設計,色彩搭配…
in Chinese (Simplified) (特定房间的)色彩设计,色彩搭配…
(Definition of colour scheme from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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