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colour supplement

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcolour supplementˈcolour ˌsupplement noun [countable] British English  TCNa magazine printed in colour and given free with a newspaper, especially on Saturdays or Sundays
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colour supplementMonday On this particular Monday morning, Adrian had the feeling that he had woken up in a colour supplement.A colour supplement had published one of her stories in a series by new authors.Nobody could ever have thought that joining a cricket club was like opening a Sunday paper colour supplement.Without you the Sunday Times colour supplement would come out black-and-white.
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