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colour-blindˈcolour-blind British English, color-blind American English adjective  1 MIunable to see the difference between all or some colours2 FAIRtreating people from different races equally and fairly The law should be colour-blind.colour-blindness noun [uncountable]
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colour-blindIt's a bit like being colour-blind, only it's not colours I get mixed up, it's objects.Those who operate the rules are not racist, for they merely follow procedures in a colour-blind way.
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