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

The meaning of "Color" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does In color mean?
A: It is usually applied to a photograph or to a film, and means that the photo or film uses all the colours of the rainbow. In contract, "black and white" or "monochrome" means a photo or film which uses just black, white and shades of grey.
Q: What does If a color looks like pink, it also looks like purple. . so how can I say it in English mean?
A: that color is sort of purple

that purple has some pink in it

it's between pink and purple
Q: What does You can adjust the color of the lighting to suit your mood. mean?
A: #2 is correct.
Q: What does color me stoked mean?
A: "Color me ___" is the same as saying "call me ___". Stoked means you're excited. To say "color me stoked" means you're excited about whatever.
Q: What does I love that color on you mean?
A: It means you think that the person looks good when wearing clothes of that color.

Example sentences using "Color"

Q: Please show me example sentences with color wise.
A: 'Color-wise' just stresses that we are specifically speaking of color alone, versus style, cost, form, or anything else:

"The blue lamp compliments the room best color-wise."

"Color-wise, I don't think it matters; they both look good."

"I really like the sports car better overall, but I prefer the minivan color-wise."

"I like the rug, but I don't know if it is the best choice color-wise."

I hope that helps!! :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with white is my favorite color .but i want to buy an iPad pro black color. it's so perfect..
A: although white is my favourite color, the iPad pro looks best in black
Q: Please show me example sentences with blue (not the color).
A: I don't think there are any super common phrases used with "blue". Just know that you can replace the word sad with blue, however it isn't commonly used in everyday conversations.
Some example sentences:
She felt blue because she couldn't go to the party.
She felt sad because she couldn't go to the party.

The kid felt blue after the kids bullied him.
The kid felt sad after the kids bullied him.
Q: Please show me example sentences with each color.
A: @yukari520129: @nashon08:

"Each" solidify "Individuality" so
"Each color of the rainbow is what makes it beautiful"
better be
"Every color of the rainbow is what makes it beautiful" (showing the combined colors make the rainbow beautiful)

or for example using rainbow:
"Each color of the rainbow has its own spectrum"

Another example

"Each color of our company logo have its own origin"
(showing the individuality of the colors have meaning of its own)

"Every color of our company logo makes our logo flashy"
(showing the colors combined form the flashy logo)

Synonyms of "Color" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between A : I told you (from the get go)to choose a different color. and B : I told you to choose a different color (at the first place) ?
A: I told you since the beginning, to choose a different color.
I told you to choose a differnt color since the beginning.
Since the beginning, I told you to choose a different color.

It works anywhere, really. But I think it sounds best when placed at the end.
Q: What is the difference between color and colour ?
A: color is the American spelling while colour is the British spelling. You can find this variation in many other words (odour - odor, behaviour - behavior, etc)
Q: What is the difference between color and colors ?
A: Yes, the meaning changes.

Color = one color
Colors = more than one color.

The color is blue.

Those colors are good
Q: What is the difference between color and colour ?
A: Color is the American spelling, colour is the British spelling. This difference is very common: flavor, flavour; humor, humour.
Q: What is the difference between color and colour ?
A: Color - the spelling in American English
Colour - the spelling in British English

Translations of "Color"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what is your favorite color?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what's color of the picture ?
A: Many people don't know colors. If it looks close to green, it's green._. Same with yellow.-.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? When you change the color of your hair.
A: "I dyed my hair."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? color or colour
A: Color = US English, Colour = British English
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? this color
A: "Camouflage" or "camo"

Other questions about "Color"

Q: I always chose blue when I have to chose color for something. does this sound natural?
A: I always choose blue when I have to choose a color for something
( choose present tense - chose past tense )
Q: please tell me which color do u like in the following pictures.do u like this style of stock.do most American favorite color is Beige and dont like Yellow
A: 我感觉很多美国人爱穿黑色/灰色、蓝色、绿色、和白色的衣服/袜子
Q: I don't a little like purple ,because the color makes me dazzling does this sound natural?
A: You should say 'I don't like the color purple a little bit because...' Plus using dazzling is wrong. If you're refering to a bright light then you should say 'Because the color is dazzling to my eyes'
Q: A:Can you see green color arch bridge?
B:Yes, I can
A:so then, firstly, Go straight by green bridge and turn right.
You will reach the rest room!
Dose this sentence correct?
A: A: Do you see the green-colored arch bridge?
B: Yes, I can

Then choose the correct one (your direction wasn't very clear):

A: Ok, first continue on toward the green bridge and then turn right after you pass the bridge. The restroom should be around there.
or
A: Ok, first go straight toward the bridge and then turn right as you approach the bridge. The restroom should be around there.
or
A: Ok, first go across the bridge and then turn right after you get to the other side. The restroom should be around there.


Note: the term "restroom" is only used in the United States.

US: restroom or bathroom
Canada: washroom or bathroom
UK and Australia: toilet or bathroom






Q: What does "color" in 252 mean?
A: "Color me (something)" means basically the same thing as "call me (something)".

I'm not positive about this, but it seems that it might be an extension of these phrases which used actual colors:

"Color me pink" -- in other words: I'm embarrassed, imagine me blushing
"Color me green" -- in other words: I'm envious or green with envy

More complicated emotions such as being intrigued or confused don't have colors associated with them in English. But we've adapted this phrase for other emotions anyway. :)

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