Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Colours"

The meaning of "Colours" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does to go for darker colours mean?
A: In this context, “Go for” = choose, select
Q: What does with flying colours mean?
A: "I passed my exam with flying colours"

Meaning that you did so well on your exam (aced it).

I've only herd this term when referring to something that they did really well
Q: What does 'your colours are giving me a run for my money', (bettet spanish) mean?
A: give you a run for your money
to be as good at something as someone who is known to be extremely good.
Q: What does With flying colours mean?
A: It means did very well, but normally only in the context of an exam or test.
Normally used as in "passed with flying colours"

So you can say "I passed my English exam with flying colours"



Example sentences using "Colours"

Q: Please show me example sentences with with flying colours.
A: It means something that was accomplished with high honors and often with the idea that it was easier than normal for the person as well.

She passed the final exam with flying colors.
He was really worried about his driving test, but in the end, he passed with flying colors.
Q: Please show me example sentences with

in flying colours .
A: If you accomplish something with flying colours, it means you have been very successful.
We won the match with flying colours.
I passed the exam with flying colours.
Q: Please show me example sentences with with flying colours.
A: He passed the exam with flying colours
Q: Please show me example sentences with flying colours .
A: I passed my exam with flying colours
Q: Please show me example sentences with colours.
A: Yes, 'I'm blue' means to feel down.

Maybe 'a red glow' which means that you are happy, that you have red cheeks (after drinking alcohol for mainly).

Synonyms of "Colours" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between bright colours and light colours ?
A: Bright - vibrant, saturated.

https://www.123rf.com/photo_3677482_spiral-shapes-intertwined-in-many-bright-colours.html

Light - not dark.

https://www.woodwardenglish.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/light-color-dark-color-english.jpg
Q: What is the difference between distinguish (they only distinguish colours from one another using two words) and differentiate (the verbs don't differentiate between past and present) ?
A: To distinguish something is not only the ability to tell the difference between two things, it is understanding that the two things have unique and defining features, which leads to them being different.

To differentiate is just two see that two things are different in comparison, but not that they have any uniqueness to them.

For example: I had trouble "differentiating" the girls, as neither of them had any "distinguishing" features like a birthmarks (... or something along those lines haha).

Very awkward sentence, but I hope it helps. :)

Translations of "Colours"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 1. I passed with flying colours in the exam.
2. I got colourful marks.
3. I got good marks.
which sounds natural?
A: - I passed the exam with flying colours.
- I got good marks (in the exam).
- I did well in the exam.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? with flying colours
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what's the colours of rainbow?
A: It is more natural to say, “What *are* the colors of *the* rainbow?”

Other questions about "Colours"

Q: What are the seven colours in the rainbow, please?
A: Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet :)
Q: Please show me how to pronounce
Loving would be easy if your colours were like my dreams:


カルマは気まぐれ の歌詞です。
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A: I wonder what it means. It could mean that he is gay and thinks of rainbow colours, perhaps but, I think that it may be quite philosophical. Britons tend to believe that each of us sees only the veil of perception, and do not share the same world of light, and therefore do not even see the same colours. In Japan however, people tend to believe in the merge (合体) of ourselves and nature so that we are to large extent all looking at the same sky. c.f. 佐賀北のジェスチャー
https://biz-journal.jp/2017/08/post_20198.html
Q: What do I need to say if my T-shirt is stiped and are in three different colours?
"a yellow-and-purple-and-green striped T-shirt"?
Thank you:)
A: or "a yellow, purple and green striped t-shirt". You can list more than 2 items with commas, and put "and" before the last thing on the list :)
Q: What colours do you think that might be cool on my nails? Does this sound natural?
A: × What colours do you think that might be cool on my nails?
✓ What colours do you think might be cool on my nails?

Q: 1. What two colours can grapes be? (blue and red) (In this case, which would be better, grapes or grape?)
2. On what part of your body do you wear a helmet? (head) Does this sound natural?
A: grapes not grape.

and i don´t know what the options are..but grapes can be green, purple, red, blue. It depends on the type.

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