• add color, distort, falsify (also color)
• shade, tint, hue (also color)
• using or having colour (also color)
• the colour of something is the appearance that it has as a result of reflecting light. red, blue, and green are colours.
• someone's colour is the normal colour of their skin.
• a colour television, film, or photograph is one that shows things in all their colours, and not just in black and white.
• colour is also a quality that makes something interesting or exciting.
• if something colours your opinion, it affects your opinion.
• if you achieve something with flying colours, you achieve it in an extremely successful way.
• if you colour something in, you give it different colours using crayons.
• a colour bar is a social system in which black people are not allowed to mix freely with white people.
• cannot see colours properly, incapable of distinguishing one or more multicolored colours (also color blind)
• someone who is colour blind cannot distinguish clearly between some colours.
• colour blindness is the inability to distinguish easily between colours, especially red and green, because you have something wrong with your eyes.
• things that are colour-coded have different colours on them to indicate that they contain different things, belong to different groups, or have different functions.
• a fabric that is colour fast has a colour that does not change when the fabric is washed or worn.
colour film• movie that is in colour; (photography) coloured film for taking pictures in colours (as opposed to black and white), (also ...