Colour vs Trichopathophobia - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between colour and trichopathophobia

is that colour is (lb) the spectral composition of visible light while trichopathophobia is a fear relating to the colour, growth or disorders of hair.

As an adjective colour

is conveying colour, as opposed to shades of grey.

As a verb colour

is to give something colour.

colour

English

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Noun

  • (lb) The spectral composition of visible light.
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  • (lb) A particular set of visible spectral compositions, perceived or named as a class.
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  • (lb) Hue as opposed to achromatic colours (black, white and greys).
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  • (lb) Human skin tone, especially as an indicator of race or ethnicity.
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  • (lb) Interest, especially in a selective area.
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  • *:Three chairs of the steamer type, all maimed, comprised the furniture of this roof-garden, with (by way of local colour ) on one of the copings a row of four red clay flower-pots filled with sun-baked dust.
  • (lb) Any of the standard dark tinctures used in a coat of arms, including azure, gules, sable, and vert. Contrast with metal.
  • (lb) A standard or banner.
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  • The system of colour television.
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  • (lb) An award for sporting achievement, particularly within a school or university.
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  • In corporate finance, details on sales, profit margins, or other financial figures, especially while reviewing quarterly results when an officer of a company is speaking to investment analysts.
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  • (lb) A property of quarks, with three values called red, green, and blue, which they can exchange by passing gluons.
  • (lb) The relative lightness or darkness of a mass of written or printed text on a page.
  • (lb) Any of the coloured balls excluding the reds.
  • A front or : an ostensible truth actually false.
  • An appearance of right or authority.
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  • (lb) Skin colour noted as: normal, jaundice, cyanotic, flush, mottled, pale, or ashen as part of the skin signs assessment.
  • Usage notes

    The late (etyl) colour'', which is the standard UK spelling, has been the usual spelling in Britain since the 14th century and was chosen by (1828), along with favor, honor, etc., and is currently the standard US spelling. In Canada, colour'' is preferred, but ''color'' is not unknown; in Australia, ''-our'' endings are the standard, although ''-or'' endings had some currency in the past and are still sporadically found in some regions. In New Zealand, ''-our endings are the standard.

    Synonyms

    * (spectral composition of visible light) blee * (particular set named as a class) blee, hue * hue, shade, blee * (human skin tone as an indicator of race or ethnicity) colour of one’s skin, complexion, blee, ethnicity, race * interest * (dark tincture) stain * (standard or banner) banner, standard * (colour television) colour television

    Derived terms

    * colour-blind * colour charge * colour code * colour commentator * coloured * colourful * colour of fire * flame-colour * colourimeter * colourise * colourism * colourless * colours * discoloration * in colour * off-colour * prismatic colours * true colours

    Adjective

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  • Conveying colour, as opposed to shades of grey.
  • Colour television and films were considered a great improvement over black and white.

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To give something colour.
  • We could colour the walls red.
  • To apply colours to the areas within the boundaries of a line drawing using coloured markers or crayons.
  • My kindergartener loves to colour .
  • (of a face) To become red through increased blood flow.
  • ''Her face coloured as she realised her mistake.
  • To affect without completely changing.
  • That interpretation certainly colours my perception of the book.
  • (informal) To attribute a quality to.
  • Colour me confused.
  • (mathematics) To assign colours to the vertices of (a graph) or the regions of (a map) so that no two adjacent ones have the same colour.
  • Can this graph be two-coloured ?
    You can colour any map with four colours.

    Synonyms

    * (give something colour) dye, paint, stain, shade, tinge, tint * (apply colours within boundaries of a line drawing) * blush * (affect without completely changing) affect, influence * (attribute a quality to) call

    Derived terms

    * colour by numbers

    See also

    * tincture *

    Anagrams

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    trichopathophobia

    English

    Noun

    (-)
  • A fear relating to the colour, growth or disorders of hair