colouring

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İngilizce - Türkçe
renklendirerek
renklendirme
boya
{f} renklendir
gıda boyası
ten rengi
boyama
{i} yüz rengi
{i} renk
colour kızar/etkile/boya
renk/boyama/boya
{i} yanıltıcı görünüş
colour
{i} renk

On iki rengin bir toplamı için üç ana renk ve dokuz ikinci derecede renk vardır. - There are three primary colours and nine secondary colours for a total of twelve colours.

Hint bayrağına üç renkli bayrak denir, çünkü safran, beyaz ve yeşil, üç renkli çizgileri var. - The Indian flag is called the tricolour because it has stripes of three colours – saffron, white and green.

color
{i} renk

Gökkuşağı yedi renklidir. - The rainbow has seven colors.

Renksiz yeşil fikirler öfkeli bir şekilde uyur. - Colorless green ideas sleep furiously.

colour
boya

Son zamanlarda düşen kar, dağı beyaza boyadı, bu gerçekten güzel. - The snow that fell recently has coloured the mountain white, it is truly beautiful.

Tom ve Mary Paskalya için birkaç yumurta boyadı. - Tom and Mary coloured some eggs for Easter.

colouring agent
boya maddesi
colouring power
boyama gücü
colouring problem
renklendirme problemi
colour
{f} kızarmak
colour
{f} boyamak
colour
{f} renk vermek
color
{f} çarpıtmak
colour
{f} renk katmak
color
(Bilgisayar) renkli

Onun hikayesi oldukça renkli. - His story is highly colored.

Resim bunun aksine renkli. - The picture is colorful in contrast with this one.

color
yüzü kızarmak
color
müstehcen
color
kaba
color
(Tıp) kolor

Onun Kolorado'da büyük bir çiftliği var. - He has a large farm in Colorado.

color
(Bilgisayar) renkte göster
color
renkli olmak
colour
boya renklendirmek
colour
müstehcen
colour
sancak
colour
işaret
colour
renklenmek
colour
(Kanun) bahane
colour
kaba
color
{f} renklendir
color
bkz.colour
colour
renklendirmek
colour
etkilemek
colour
{f} renklendir

Onun yerine bana söyleyebilir misin, neden ekrandaki gezegenler oldukları şekilde renklendirilmiştir? - Can you tell me instead, why the planets on the screen are coloured the way they are?

colour
renk değiştirmek
colour
tüs
colour
yüzü kızarmak
colour
hareketlilik
colour
canlılık
colour
renk duyumu
electrolytic colouring
elektrolitik renklendirme
metal colouring
metal renklendirme
color
{f} abartmak
food colouring
Gıda boyama
alizarin colouring
(Tekstil) alizarin boyar madde
aniline colouring
(Tekstil) anilin boyar maddesi
color
elvan
color
bet beniz
color
renk vermek
color
yüz rengi
color
boyamak

Mutfağı boyamak için bir renk seçmenin bu kadar zor olduğunu asla düşünmemiştim. - I never thought it'd be this hard to choose a color to paint the kitchen.

Tom ofislerimizi boyamak için renk seçti. - Tom chose the color to paint our offices.

color
renk katmak
color
nüans
color
saptırmak
color
içyüzü
color
ton
color
maske
color
kızarmak
color
ten rengi

Onları memnun etmek için adını değiştirdin, ama bu ırkçılar ten rengini değiştirmeni de isteyecekler. Yapabilir misin bunu? - You have changed your name to please them, but these racists are gonna also ask you to change the color of your skin. Can you do that?

Benimle aynı ten rengin var. - You have the same skin color as me.

color
renklendirmek
color
forma
color
canlılık
color
gerçek yüz

Sami çok geçmeden gerçek yüzünü gösterdi. - Sami soon showed his true colors.

Sonunda gerçek yüzünü gösterdi. - He has finally shown his true colors.

color
dış görünüş
color
gerçeği tahrif etmek
color
{f} renk değiştirmek
color
{f} yüzü

Sonunda gerçek yüzünü gösterdi. - He has finally shown his true colors.

Sami çok geçmeden gerçek yüzünü gösterdi. - Sami soon showed his true colors.

color
renk değiştirmek yüzu kızarmak
color
renklenmek
color
(Askeri) SELAM BORUSU (TO THE COLOUR): Cumhurbaşkanını, muavinini, eski bir cumhurbaşkanını veya yabancı devlet reisini ya da sancağı selamlamak için çalınan boru işareti. Buna "to the colours" veya "to the standard" da denir
color
{i} çoğ. bayrak, sancak
color
olduğundan başka göstermek
color
hava vermek
color
(İnşaat) (colour) renk
colour
{i} gerçek yüz
colour
i., f., İng., bak. color
colour
colour kızar/etkile/boya
colour
(Tekstil) 1. renk 2. boya 3. renk vermek, boyamak
colour
{i} bet beniz
colour
{i} yüz rengi
colour
{f} çarpıtmak
colour
{i} maske
colour
{i} coşkunluk
colour
{f} saptırmak
colour
{i} nüans
colour
{f} abartmak
colour
{i} ton
colour
{i} dış görünüş
colour
{i} içyüzü
colour
{i} forma
colour
{i} ten rengi

İnsanlar ten rengine göre yargılanıyor. - People are judged by their skin colour.

electrolytic colouring
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) elektrikli renklendirme
İngilizce - İngilizce
Present participle of colour
Alternative spelling of coloring
a digestible substance used to give color to food; "food color made from vegetable dyes"
the act or process of changing the color of something
col·our·ing in AM, use coloring1. The colouring of something is the colour or colours that it is. Other countries vary the coloring of their bank notes as well as their size. the scenery was losing its bright colouring
{i} act of coloring; pigment; pigmentation, coloration (also coloring)
spelling of coloring
a visual attribute of things that results from the light they emit or transmit or reflect; "a white color is made up of many different wavelengths of light"
Someone's colouring is the colour of their hair, skin, and eyes. None of them had their father's dark colouring Choose shades which tone in with your natural colouring
Colouring is a substance that is used to give colour to food. A few drops of green food coloring were added. see also colour
colouring book
col·our·ing book colouring books in AM, use coloring book A colouring book is a book of simple drawings which children can colour in. coloring book a book full of pictures that are drawn without colour so that a child can colour them in
color
To draw within the boundaries of a line drawing using colored markers or crayons

My kindergartener loves to color.

color
Conveying color, as opposed to shades of gray

Color television and movies were considered a great improvement over black and white.

color
The spectral composition of visible light

Humans and birds can perceive color.

color
To give something color

We could color the walls red.

color
Hue as opposed to achromatic colors (black, white and greys)

He referred to the white flag as one drained of all color.

color
A property of quarks, with three values called red, green, and blue, which they can exchange by passing gluons
color
A particular set of visible spectral compositions, perceived or named as a class; blee

Most languages have names for the colors black, white, red, and green.

color
To affect without completely changing

That interpretation certainly colors my perception of the book.

color
Any of the colored balls excluding the reds
colour
Of a face: To become red through increased blood flow, implying due to strong emotion

Her face coloured as she realised her mistake.

colour
The relative lightness or darkness of a mass of written or printed text on a page
colour
: Any of the standard dark tinctures used in a coat of arms, including azure, gules, sable, and vert. Contrast with metal
colour
The spectral composition of visible light

Humans and birds can perceive colour.

colour
The system of colour television

This film is broadcast in colour.

colour
A standard or banner

The loss of their colours destroyed the regiment's morale.

colour
To attribute a quality to

Colour me confused.

colour
An award for sporting achievement, particularly within a school or university

He was awarded colours for his football.

colour
To give something colour

We could colour the walls red.

colour
Any of the coloured balls excluding the reds
colour
To affect without completely changing

That interpretation certainly colours my perception of the book.

food colouring
Any substance added to food in order to change its colour
colour
col·our colours colouring coloured in AM, use color
colour
{i} shade, tint, hue (also color)
colour
{s} using or having colour (also color)
colour
{f} add color, distort, falsify (also color)
color
{v} to dye, tinge, stain, blush, cloak, excuse
color
{n} a green, red, blue a pretence
color
having or capable of producing colors; "color film"; "he rented a color television"; "marvelous color illustrations
color
A distinguishing badge, as a flag or similar symbol (usually in the plural); as, the colors or color of a ship or regiment; the colors of a race horse (that is, of the cap and jacket worn by the jockey)
color
To become red through increased blood flow
color
For human beings: our perception of radiant visible energy seen as hue, intensity, value and temperature reflected from a surface, or transmitted through a transparent substance such as glass Origin: a phenomenon of light (the visible spectrum) and the eye/brain function of Man and other species
color
The hue seen when looking at the surface of a mineral in daylight In many minerals, color will vary in specimens from different localities, usually resulting from chemical impurities When looking at color, the observer always should examine an unweathered surface
color
modify or bias; "His political ideas color his lectures"
color
to dye; to tinge; to paint; to stain
color
Visual perception created when light of varying wavelengths in the region of about 400-700 nm is detected by the receptors of the eye
color
the appearance of objects (or light sources) described in terms of a person's perception of their hue and lightness (or brightness) and saturation
color
The basic characteristic that differentiates the six varieties of quark
color
Color in water can be caused by the presence of such things as plankton, decaying organic matter, industrial wastes, and sewage "True color" - the color of a water sample after turbidity has been removed by filtration "Apparent color" - the color of an untreated water sample True color is usually measured by comparing the color of a water sample to that of a fixed standard Color is expressed in terms of "color units" where one color unit is the difference in tint produced by one milligram per liter of the chlorplatinate ion
color
Measured in color units that relate to a standard A yellow-brown natural color is associated with lakes or rivers receiving wetland drainage The average color value for Wisconsin lakes is 39 units, with the color of state lakes ranging from zero to 320 units Color also affects light penetration and therefore the depth at which plants can grow
color
The amount or presence of body color in a diamond Color is an important factor to beauty, rarity, and value because it is something a consumer can see without the aid of equipment The absence of color in diamonds is most rare and highly prized Most diamonds mined in nature have traces of yellow, some brown or gray When deeper colors appear, these are called fancy color diamonds
color
To change or alter, as if by dyeing or painting; to give a false appearance to; usually, to give a specious appearance to; to cause to appear attractive; to make plausible; to palliate or excuse; as, the facts were colored by his prejudices
color
A property of quarks that expresses their behavior in the presence of the strong nuclear force; analogous to electrical charge, but there are three color charges-red, green, and blue
color
(1) a visual sensation produced in the brain when the eye views various wavelengths of light; (2) the appearance of objects or light sources described in terms of individual’s perception of them, involving hue, lightness, and saturation for objects, and hue, brightness, and saturation for light sources
color
Light waves that reach the viewer's eye by transmission (through an object between the viewer and the light source) or by reflection (when light waves bounce off an object) All substances, whether transparent or opaque, absorb some wavelengths while letting others pass through or bounce off A red apple looks red because it absorbs all colors in white light except red, which it reflects White objects reflect all and black objects absorb all light waves (at least in theory)
color
1) Used to refer to perceived qualities that result from the response of vision to the wavelength of reflected or transmitted light 2) Describes images that have hues, as opposed to black, white and gray tones only and the processes used to make them
color
Human skin tone, especially as an indicator of race or ethnicity
color
a visual attribute of things that results from the light they emit or transmit or reflect; "a white color is made up of many different wavelengths of light"
color
see colour. color me surprised/confused/embarrassed etc used to say that you are very surprised, confused etc by something
color
The hue or color characteristic of good health and spirits; ruddy complexion
color
- The measurement of white paper based on the color scale (L, a, b) "L" represents the lightness on a scale of 0 for black and 100 for perfect white, "a" represents positive for redness and negative for green and "b" represents positive for yellow, negative for blue and zero for gray
color
affect as in thought or feeling; "My personal feelings color my judgment in this case"; "The sadness tinged his life"
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 analysts
color
Many variables affect color fidelity, such as monitor type and calibration, graphics adapter and driver profile, and system-wide color management, not to mention ambient light at viewing time We asked jurors to give a sense of whether colors seemed "correct " In this somewhat forgiving category, the choice was simply acceptable or unacceptable, defined by instances of posterization or an overall cast to the color We feel its important to keep color issues separate from exposure (although the two are clearly inter-related)
color
That which covers or hides the real character of anything; semblance; excuse; disguise; appearance
color
What a precision shooter hollers if the dealers give them any heat over setting the dice In doing so, he announces his intention to leave the table due to the Casino Heat He probably will call in all removable bets Color! is also a request to have his chips (cheques) converted into higher denominations prior to his departure The shooter will remain at the table to await the outcome of any contract wagers (non removable) If the shooter has been hot, the dealers will hear an outcry from the other players at the table
color
the appearance of objects (or light sources) described in terms of a person's perception of their hue and lightness (or brightness) and saturation a visual attribute of things that results from the light they emit or transmit or reflect; "a white color is made up of many different wavelengths of light"
color
a race with skin pigmentation different from the white race (especially Blacks)
color
That which is used to give color; a paint; a pigment; as, oil colors or water colors
color
broad band intensity of the spectrum through filters; if an object is equally bright as seen through different filters, the asteroid is referred to as gray; if the asteroid is brighter at longer wavelength or red filters, it is referred to as being red; sometimes color is measured as a difference between the brightness through two filters
color
Response of the eye to different wavelengths of light Ultraviolet < 400 nm, violet 400-424 nm, blue 424-491 nm, green 491-575 nm, yellow 575-585 nm, orange 585-647 nm, red 647-700 nm, infrared > 700 nm Maximum visibility occurs at 556 nm
color
{f} add color, tint; distort, falsify (also colour)
color
Refers not to the actual color of things, but to the fact that there are two distinct kinds of each, and these are given the names `black', and `white' See also: black, white
color
an outward or token appearance or form that is deliberately misleading; "he hoped his claims would have a semblance of authenticity"; "he tried to give his falsehood the gloss of moral sanction"; "the situation soon took on a different color"
color
The particular color of a tape' when looking at the backing' regardless of the color of the adhesive
color
A particular set of visible spectral compositions, perceived or named as a class
color
gloss or excuse; "color a lie"
color
(physics) the characteristic of quarks that determines their role in the strong interaction; each flavor of quarks comes in three colors
color
Any hue distinguished from white or black
color
An element of art defined as the effect of light reflecting from an object onto the eye
color
{i} shade, tint, hue (also colour)
color
{s} using or having color (also colour)
color
the timbre of a musical sound; "the recording fails to capture the true color of the original music"
color
The color scale is used to describe the color tones of a gemstone For diamonds, the color scale ranges from D, meaning completely colorless, to Z, which indicates a distinct yellow cast As the scale moves from D to Z, it indicates increasing levels of yellow and brown tone For color gemstones, the color is measured by tone and hue See also Tone and Hue
color
To hide
color
interest, especially in a selective area
color
consists of the characteristics of light other than spatial and temporal inhomogeneities; light being that aspect of radiant energy of which a human observer is aware through the visual sensations which arise from the stimulation of the retina of the eye (The Science of Color)
color
To acquire color; to turn red, especially in the face; to blush
color
An apparent right; as where the defendant in trespass gave to the plaintiff an appearance of title, by stating his title specially, thus removing the cause from the jury to the court
color
A property depending on the relations of light to the eye, by which individual and specific differences in the hues and tints of objects are apprehended in vision; as, gay colors; sad colors, etc
color
LEDs are designed to give off a specific color emission The dominant wavelength is a quantitative measure of an LED color as perceived by the human eye and is usually measured in nanometers (a billionth of a meter) In order to specify an LED, you must specify the color or dominant wavelength range required for your application Some applications may have color constraints in order to meet specific government specifications or regulatory guidelines In order to identify color boundaries for common industry applications, please refer to the ChromaTool located in the GELcore Toolbox
color
n 1 An object representing the intuitive definition of a color, such as black or red 2 A Lisp object that represents a color [annotate]
color
(physics) the characteristic of quarks that determines their role in the strong interaction; each flavor of quarks comes in three colors a race with skin pigmentation different from the white race (especially Blacks) add color to; "The child colored the drawings"; "Fall colored the trees"; "colorize black and white film"
color
any material used for its color; "she used a different color for the trim"
color
To change or alter the hue or tint of, by dyeing, staining, painting, etc
color
The character of a surface that is the result of the response of vision to the wavelength of light reflected from that surface
color
interest and variety and intensity; "the Puritan Period was lacking in color"
color
To attribute a quality to
color
Shade or variety of character; kind; species
color
having or capable of producing colors; "color film"; "he rented a color television"; "marvelous color illustrations"
color
change color, often in an undesired manner; "The shirts discolored"
color
add color to; "The child colored the drawings"; "Fall colored the trees"; "colorize black and white film"
color
The phenomenon of color results from the interaction between a light source, an object and an observer Standard mathematical models can be used to quantify light source, objects and observers as a function of wavelength Sources are quantified as illuminants, objects are quantified by spectral data, and observers are quantified by the observer functions These three elements can then be combined to calculate values that correspond to how the human visual system responds to a given color
color
decorate with colors; "color the walls with paint in warm tones"
colour
add color to; "The child colored the drawings"; "Fall colored the trees"; "colorize black and white film"
colour
(English)
colour
A particular set of visible spectral compositions, perceived or named as a class
colour
Soil colour of the B horizon can be indicated to a varying degree using the terms Rhodic, Rubic, Chromic and Xanthic Preferably these terms should be limited to soils having an argic or ferralic horizon, or applied in Cambisols and Arenosols In Vertisols the term Pellic is used to indicate dark coloured soils
colour
politeness Someone's colour is the colour of their skin. People often use colour in this way to refer to a person's race. I don't care what colour she is He acknowledged that Mr Taylor's colour and ethnic origins were utterly irrelevant in the circumstances
colour
an outward or token appearance or form that is deliberately misleading; "he hoped his claims would have a semblance of authenticity"; "he tried to give his falsehood the gloss of moral sanction"; "the situation soon took on a different color"
colour
Colour depends on light because it is made of light there must be light for us to see colour A red shirt will not look red in the dark, where there is no light the whiter the light,, the more true the colors will be A yellow light on a full colour painting will change the appearance of all the colours
colour
People sometimes refer to the flag of a particular part of an army, navy, or air force, or the flag of a particular country as its colours. Troops raised the country's colors in a special ceremony. the battalion's colours
colour
If a film or television programme is in colour, it has been made so that you see the picture in all its colours, and not just in black, white, or grey. Was he going to show the film? Was it in colour?
colour
If you pass a test with flying colours, you have done very well in the test. So far McAllister seemed to have passed all the tests with flying colors
colour
decorate with colors; "color the walls with paint in warm tones"
colour
It is important to note that every faculty/operating unit has its own designated colours that must be used Please refer to the Corporate Style Guide for Printed Publications
colour
Used to replace the word "Flavour" when describing various foods "What colour ice cream* you want grape?" *see: Ice Cream
colour
A property of quarks, with three values called red, green, and blue, which they can exchange by passing gluons
colour
(physics) the characteristic of quarks that determines their role in the strong interaction; each flavor of quarks comes in three colors
colour
Property of quarks associated with their binding with gluons
colour
If someone colours, their face becomes redder than it normally is, usually because they are embarrassed. Andrew couldn't help noticing that she coloured slightly. = blush
colour
interest and variety and intensity; "the Puritan Period was lacking in color"
colour
the appearance of objects (or light sources) described in terms of a person's perception of their hue and lightness (or brightness) and saturation
colour
a race with skin pigmentation different from the white race (especially Blacks)
colour
The colour of something is the appearance that it has as a result of the way in which it reflects light. Red, blue, and green are colours. `What colour is the car?' --- `Red.' Her silk dress was sky-blue, the colour of her eyes Judi's favourite colour is pink The badges come in twenty different colours and shapes
colour
A colour is a substance you use to give something a particular colour. Dyes and make-up are sometimes referred to as colours. The Body Shop Herbal Hair Colour It is better to avoid all food colours. the latest lip and eye colours
colour
change color, often in an undesired manner; "The shirts discolored"
colour
If something colours your opinion, it affects the way that you think about something. The attitude of the parents toward the usefulness of what is learned must colour the way children approach school. = affect
colour
Colour is a quality that makes something especially interesting or exciting. She had resumed the travel necessary to add depth and colour to her novels. see also local colour
colour
Hue as opposed to achromatic colours (black, white and greys)
colour
Any of the standard dark tinctures used in a coat of arms, including azure, gules, sable, and vert. Contrast with metal
colour
(verb) To colour up, to turn red in the face; to blush
colour
having or capable of producing colors; "color film"; "he rented a color television"; "marvelous color illustrations"
colour
Human skin tone, especially as an indicator of race or ethnicity
colour
Property carried by quarks andgluons which determines their strong interactions in a way analogous to that in which electric charge determines electromagnetic interactions Leptons carry no colour, and so do not experience the strong force
colour
n [{US=color}] warna
colour
politeness People of colour are people who belong to a race with dark skins. Black communities spoke up to defend the rights of all people of color
colour
The colour of the suit in question Clubs and Spades are black Diamonds and Hearts are red Black is the opposite of red and vice versa
colour
modify or bias; "His political ideas color his lectures"
colour
The plural "colours" is often used, even for a single flag, because the name derives from the colours composing the FIELD of the flag There are three meanings for colours representing increasing specialization (1) It is a general term describing any flag which is flown to denote nationality (2) When used in reference to ships, it refers to the collectively to the ship's ENSIGN, JACK and FLAG or PENNANT (3) When used in reference to a military unit, it is the unique pair of consecrated flags carried by the unit These constitute the Regimental (or Company, Battalion, etc ) Colour which represents the unit itself, and the Queen's (or King's) Colour which represents the higher allegiance
colour
If you colour something, you use something such as dyes or paint to change its colour. Many women begin colouring their hair in their mid-30s We'd been making cakes and colouring the posters The petals can be cooked with rice to colour it yellow. + colouring col·our·ing They could not afford to spoil those maps by careless colouring
colour
To apply colours to the areas within the boundaries of a line drawing using coloured markers or crayons
colour
Light waves that reach the viewer's eye by transmission (through an object between the viewer and the light source) or by reflection (when light waves bounce off an object) All substances, whether transparent or opaque, absorb some wavelengths while letting others pass through or bounce off A red apple looks red because it absorbs all colours in white light except red, which it reflects White objects reflect all and black objects absorb all light waves (at least in theory)
colour
a visual attribute of things that results from the light they emit or transmit or reflect; "a white color is made up of many different wavelengths of light"
colour
affect as in thought or feeling; "My personal feelings color my judgment in this case"; "The sadness tinged his life"
colour
Produced when light strikes an object and then reflects back to your eyes
colour
as calculated from Wien's law or from the colour index
colour
An element of art and design that pertains to a particular hue One or any mixture of pigments seen when light is reflected off a surface
colour
Some chatting rooms give the option of typing your messages in different colours One assumes this is meant to make the place look more attractive, but there's a sneaking suspicion that it's really to start up an argument as to whether "colour" should have a U in it or not
colour
Sets the colour for the geological code
colour
All colours shown on this web site and any presentation material can only be generally representative of the actual colours Only physical samples can offer a virtually exact colour match (subject to batch differences) No dyed fabrics can ever be identical between different batches
colour
A colour television, photograph, or picture is one that shows things in all their colours, and not just in black, white, and grey. In Japan 99 per cent of all households now have a colour television set
colour
A country's national colours are the colours of its national flag. The Opera House is decorated with the Hungarian national colours: green, red and white
colour
The perception of the human eye to the visible spectrum of light radiation White light contains radiation at all wavelengths of the visible spectrum Particular colours or hues occur when the reflected radiation contains only wavelengths from a limited part of the spectrum (See hue, chroma, tint, tone, and value)
colour
Colours, whether described in words or shown in images, often have symbolic significance that contributes to meaning See Exploring Language, page 189
colour
The interaction between the way our eyes work and the way light falls on objects creates the phenomenon of colour We are capable of distinguishing between 10 million nuances of colour, although there are only 11 basic colour terms in the English language - black, white, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, brown and grey Since the 17th century, scientists and artists alike have recognised that colour is important in designing and selling products
colour
any material used for its color; "she used a different color for the trim"
colour
gloss or excuse; "color a lie"
colour
Interest, especially in a selective area
colour
is a small piece of precious opal
colour
the timbre of a musical sound; "the recording fails to capture the true color of the original music"
colour
If you see someone in their true colours or if they show their true colours, you realize what they are really like. The children are seeing him in his true colours for the first time now Here, the organization has had time to show its true colours, to show its inefficiency and its bungling. Aspect of any object that may be described in terms of hue, brightness, and saturation. It is associated with the visible wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation, which stimulate the sensor cells of the eye. Red light has the longest wavelengths, while blue has the shortest, with other colours such as orange, yellow, and green between. Hue refers to dominant wavelengths. Brightness refers to the intensity or degree of shading. Saturation pertains to purity, or the amount of white light mixed with a hue. The colours red, green, and blue, known as primary colours, can be combined in varying proportions to produce all other colours. Primary colours combined in equal proportions produce secondary colours. Two colours that combine to form white light are said to be complementary. colour blindness colour index colour printing four colour map problem
colour
A sports team's colours are the colours of the clothes they wear when they play. I was wearing the team's colours. see also coloured, colouring
colouring