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Red (plural Reds)
- A Communist.
- 1941, George Orwell, The Lion and the Unicorn, Pt. I:
- 1954 November 27, “Red Assault on Tiny Isle Beaten Off, Say Nationalists”, in The Daily Colonist, volume 96, number 294, Victoria, British Columbia, page 1, columns 6, 7:
- First reports were that the Reds, in five gunboats and swarms of junks, succeeded in landing on tiny Wuchiu in Formosa Strait, but were beaten off with many captured. […]
The attack on Wuchiu, a mile-long, half-mile-wide island 15 miles off the mainland, was the first amphibious operation by the Reds since they began boasting last summer they would "liberate" Formosa.
- 1963 December 18, Chinatown News, page 12:
- Teng left China just before the Red takeover to come to this country.
- 1989, James Cameron, The Abyss:
- Sixty knots? No way, Barnes. The Reds don't have anything that fast.
- A supporter of a sports team who wears red as part of their kit.
- A nickname given to someone who has or had red hair.
- the Red Army
- Abegg, Emil, (1911) Die Mundart von Urseren (Beiträge zur Schweizerdeutschen Grammatik. IV.) [The Dialect of Urseren], Frauenfeld, Switzerland: Huber & Co., page 14.
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- Alternative letter-case form of ; Net
- 2020 June 28, Rosa Montero, “Más brutos y no nacemos”, in El País, Madrid, ISSN 1134-6582:
- De eso se aprovechan esos malnacidos que atiborran la Red de falsedades o de noticias antiguas que hacen pasar por nuevas, lo cual está volviendo tarumba al personal.
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