colour

['kʌlə] (амер. color)
1. n
1) цвет, оттенок

colour blind — страдающий дальтонизмом (человек)

colour line — расовая дискриминация (по цвету кожи)

2) колорит

local colours — местный колорит

3) краска, пигмент

out of colour — выцветший, выгоревший

4) pl перен. знамёна, флаги
2. v
красить, окрашивать

to colour up — а) покрасить, выкрасить; б) приукрасить, расписать (рассказ, историю)

3. adj
цветной

colour film — а) цветной кинофильм; б) цветная плёнка


2000 самых употребительных английских слов. — М.: Айрис-пресс. . 2010.

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