- colour (Commonwealth English)
Note - The spelling "color" is the spelling preferred by most native English speakers of the US.
color (plural Richardb/colors)
- The spectral composition of visible light.
- Humans and birds can perceive color.
- A particular set of visible spectral compositions, perceived or named as a class.
- Most languages have names for the colors black, white, red, and green.
- Hue as opposed to achromatic colors (black, white and greys).
- He referred to the white flag as one "drained of all color".
- Human skin tone, especially as an indicator of race or ethnicity.
- Color has been a sensitive issue in many societies.
- (figuratively) interest, especially in a selective area.
- a bit of local color.
- In corporate finance, details on sales, profit margins, or other financial figures, especially while reviewing quarterly results when an officer of a company is speaking to investment analyists.
- Could you give me some color with regards to which products made up the mix of revenue for this quarter?
- See also Wikipedia: color
- Conveying color, as opposed to shades of gray
- Color television and movies were considered a great improvement over black and white
- See Appendix:Colors
- To give something color.
- We could color the walls red.
- To draw within the boundaries a line drawing using colored markers or crayons.
- My kindergartener loves to color.
- (of a face) To become red through increased blood flow.
- To affect without completely changing.
- That interpretation certainly colors my perception of the book.
- To attribute a quality to.
- (colloquial) Color me confused.
color m, genitive coloris