Definition of 'yellow'
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Dark floors and plantation shutters are juxtaposed with splashes of vivid yellow. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Low specimens make a good yellow carpet. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The catkins are bright yellow in spring and stand out against the dark stems. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Light green and yellow centres contrast nicely. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He wanted the minimum of a yellow card. The Sun (2017)But Page was sent off in stoppage time for a second yellow. The Sun (2016)Another way to enhance the deep maroon is to partner it with the soft creamy yellow of grasses and other spires of maroon. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The yellow rice, red peppers and seafood make a great centrepiece for the party and it is lean and tasty. The Sun (2016)If so, I needed to show him a second yellow for excessive celebration. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In autumn it turns butter yellow - better than a hazel - and the large and rounded leaves make a good splash in the garden. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Using a bold colour such as yellow is risky. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Do we cycle to work because that bright yellow quilted hoodie needs an outing? Times, Sunday Times (2014)The issue of yellow cards for diving throws up a curiosity. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They have pointed ends and pale yellow skin. Times, Sunday Times (2006)As the pale yellow oil ages it becomes darker. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)The film maker gives his partner red or yellow cards for bad behaviour. The Sun (2012)Is the bright yellow paint the sun? Times, Sunday Times (2009)But this year he has picked up just one more yellow card and become a key part of the squad. The Sun (2015)Can he get the yellow jersey? Times, Sunday Times (2012)With paint, if you take blue and yellow you get green. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The male is a beautiful bird, a bright olive green with yellow patches on his wings. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The planting palette favours silvers, pinks and blues with some soft oranges and yellow accents. Times, Sunday Times (2013)White particularly favours the combination of yellow, dark blue and grey. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Some claim that the wearing of yellow shirts is as much a result of subtle pressure to conform as it is of genuine devotion. Times, Sunday Times (2008)An apparently random collection of cubes clad in pale pink, vivid yellow and grey looms out of the dark leafy woods. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The autumn colour - pure butter yellow - is totally reliable. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Their grey cheeks have turned white, and their triangular beak is striped with vivid red, yellow and blue. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'yellow'
British English: yellow /ˈjɛləʊ/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is yellow is the colour of lemons, butter, or the middle part of an egg.
The walls have been painted bright yellow.
- American English: yellow
- Arabic: أَصْفَر
- Brazilian Portuguese: amarelo
- Chinese: 黄色的
- Croatian: žut
- Czech: žlutý
- Danish: gul
- Dutch: geel
- European Spanish: amarillo
- Finnish: keltainen
- French: jaune
- German: gelb
- Greek: κίτρινος
- Italian: giallo colore
- Japanese: 黄色の
- Korean: 노란색의
- Norwegian: gul
- Polish: żółty
- European Portuguese: amarelo
- Romanian: galben
- Russian: желтый
- Spanish: amarillo
- Swedish: gul
- Thai: ที่เป็นสีเหลือง
- Turkish: sarı
- Ukrainian: жовтий
- Vietnamese: vàng màu
Definition of yellow from the Collins English Dictionary
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