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palettenoun

uk   us   /ˈpæl.ət/
[C] a thin board with curved edges and a hole for your thumb, used by an artist to mix their paints on while they are painting [C usually singular] specialized art the range of colours that an artist usually paints with: Matisse's palette typically consists of bright blues, greens and oranges.
Translations of “palette”
in Arabic باليت…
in Korean 팔레트, (화가가 쓰는) 색깔들…
in Malaysian pelet…
in French palette…
in Italian tavolozza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 調色板, 用色風格…
in Vietnamese bảng màu…
in Spanish paleta…
in Portuguese paleta…
in Thai จานผสมสีของจิตรกร…
in German die Palette…
in Catalan paleta…
in Japanese (絵の具用の)パレット, (絵画の)色調, (その画家特有の)色調範囲…
in Indonesian palet…
in Chinese (Simplified) 调色板, 用色风格…
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