Definition of 'colour-blind'
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Translations for 'colour-blind'
British English: colour-blind /ˈkʌləˈblaɪnd/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is colour-blind cannot see the difference between colours, especially between red and green.
Sixteen times as many men are colour-blind as women.
- American English: color-blind
- Arabic: مُصَاب بِعَمَى الَألْوان
- Brazilian Portuguese: daltônico
- Chinese: 色盲的
- Croatian: daltonist
- Czech: barvoslepý
- Danish: farveblind
- Dutch: kleurenblind
- European Spanish: daltónico
- Finnish: värisokea
- French: daltonien
- German: farbblind
- Greek: δαλτωνικός
- Italian: daltonico
- Japanese: 色盲の
- Korean: 색맹의
- Norwegian: fargeblind
- Polish: nie widzący kolorów
- European Portuguese: daltónico
- Romanian: acromatopsic
- Russian: страдающий цветовой слепотой
- Spanish: daltónico
- Swedish: färgblind
- Thai: ตาบอดสี
- Turkish: renk körü
- Ukrainian: дальтонік
- Vietnamese: mù màu
Definition of colour-blind from the Collins English Dictionary
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