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coloured

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcolouredcol‧oured1 British English, colored American English /ˈkʌləd $ -ərd/ ●●○ adjective  1 brightly/highly/richly etc coloured2 having a colour other than black or white coloured glass a cream-coloured sweater3 taboo old-fashionedINSULT a very offensive word used to describe someone who is a member of a race of people with dark or black skin. Do not use this word.4 SARused in South Africa to describe someone whose parents or grandparents were not of the same race as each other
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colouredThe front door was painted blue and had a coloured glass panel in it.The cages were full of brightly- coloured tropical birds.
colouredcoloured2 British English, colored American English noun [countable]  1 taboo old-fashionedINSULTRACE a very offensive word for someone who is a member of a race of people with dark or black skin. Do not use this word.2 a person whose parents or grandparents were not of the same race as each other – used in South Africa
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