Definition of 'red'
Example sentences containing 'red'
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Symptoms include red and blue spots and instant hair loss. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Look out for foil red and gold signature cards in lucky packets. The Sun (2016)Nor will they be the only reason for a red face. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The pain shot through like a red flame of fire. The Sun (2016)Those colours have a red oxide base. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Light a white candle and hold the red one over the flame. The Sun (2016)To make the topping, place the red onion and squash onto a baking tray. The Sun (2017)It produces stunning, if rather disconcerting, red cider and juice. Times, Sunday Times (2016)From the age of six, I was bullied for my freckles and red hair. The Sun (2016)Monuments were cloaked in red and gold. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Those challenges happen regularly and no one sees red. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The former neuroscience student had dyed his hair red and wore a gas mask and body armour. The Sun (2015)Their bright red beak and legs will also get a bit duller. Times, Sunday Times (2015)So forget about plain red and really go wild! The Sun (2013)Without any fashion disasters the red carpet could seem a little dull to some. The Sun (2016)And the fanatical home support will be wearing blue instead of red. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The trend of recent years has been for drinking whites rather than reds with cheese. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Such paranoid red tape applies to academics in no other country. Times, Sunday Times (2007)LET'S have a red and white poppy to honour both our heroes and civilians. The Sun (2013)Danlo looked through the flickering red fires up at the circle of skulls. The Broken God (1993)Intensive care must have been on red alert waiting for face reconstruction. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some bones have a hollow cavity containing bone marrow in which new red blood cells are produced. Biology Basic Facts (1982)Guilty players to be shown a red card. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Add cooked red onion slices and finish with a dash of olive oil. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The youngest answers back and my partner sees red. The Sun (2015)Maybe if they were a really heavy drinker they might have a red face. Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)It was a hard tackle but by no means a red card. The Sun (2009)The perfect film to be shared with girlfriends and a bottle of red wine. Times, Sunday Times (2010)That is except in the case of a much rarer green one with red spots. Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)Only in the fullness of the autumn would the trees produce their finest aspect in marvellous red and gold. CHRISTINA QUEEN OF SWEDEN: The Restless Life of a European Eccentric (2004)They are small and bright red, with five rounded petals. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Yellow and blue make a cheerful combination and can look elegant or childlike; also team blue with spicy reds, pinks and oranges. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Going upstairs by the internal spiral staircase, which is set off by a painted panel of red on the wall, you reach the bedroom. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Trends of 'red'
Very Common. red is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'red'
British English: red /rɛd/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is red is the colour of blood or tomatoes.
...a bunch of red roses.
- American English: red
- Arabic: أَحْمَر
- Brazilian Portuguese: vermelho
- Chinese: 红的
- Croatian: crven
- Czech: červený
- Danish: rød
- Dutch: rood
- European Spanish: rojo
- Finnish: punainen
- French: rouge
- German: rot
- Greek: κόκκινος
- Italian: rosso
- Japanese: 赤い
- Korean: 빨간
- Norwegian: rød
- Polish: czerwony
- European Portuguese: vermelho
- Romanian: roșu
- Russian: красный
- Spanish: rojo
- Swedish: röd
- Thai: แดง
- Turkish: kırmızı
- Ukrainian: червоний
- Vietnamese: màu đỏ
Definition of red from the Collins English Dictionary
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