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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtechnicolourtech‧ni‧col‧our British English, technicolor American English /ˈteknɪkʌlə $ -ər/ noun   in full/glorious technicolour
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technicolourHis face was full technicolour with red and black the predominant hues, with stitches over one eye and underneath the other.That night Jay dreamed in glorious technicolour with full Dolby stereo.My father never went to the cinema because the technicolour was bad for his epilepsy.The cliche is never more true than in the black and white morality of the technicolour red-blooded Western movie.
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