Definition of 'colouring'
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Composite flower heads appear from June, colouring from green buds to a vivid red in time for autumn. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Dress and hair colouring have a great deal to do with it. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Why not add some food colouring for fun? The Sun (2015)Pour a teaspoon of green food colouring into four glasses and stir. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is not a permitted food colouring and is commonly used in the sewage industry. The Sun (2014)Divide the mixture in half and add the food colouring to one batch of batter. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Adding a couple of drops of food colouring will give your cakes a fun look. The Sun (2009)Add a few drops of food colouring if you like. The Sun (2014)Add a few drops of food colouring. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Put a few drops of green food colouring in the milk to make it look as if it has soured. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Skin colouring is also genetically determined. Times, Sunday Times (2006)With her dark colouring and petite frame, she should be experimenting with bolder colours. The Sun (2009)Clearly the world is full of nervous blondes who feel great once they are given a medicine precisely tailored to their hair colouring. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Spoon 1-2 tbsp into a small bowl and tint green using colouring paste. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Repeat the process with the peppermint mixture, using green food colouring. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The green colouring is due to the tubers being exposed to light, either during growing or storage. The Sun (2012)I got my dark colouring from my mother. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Ensure you take off the excess powder from the brush before applying, this gives a soft natural colouring. The Sun (2014)But she is the only one with a coat to dye for - her three brothers still have their natural colouring. The Sun (2011)In Beijing, they will fly me out for one hair colouring. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Hair styling and colouring, a manicure, fashion styling and photography are all included. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In Britain, sales of home hair colouring kits have risen by a third in the past three years. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I am size 10-12, have dark colouring and am in my forties. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'colouring'
British English: colouring /ˈkʌlərɪŋ/ NOUN
Someone's colouring is the colour of their hair, skin, and eyes.
- American English: coloring
- Arabic: تَلْوِين
- Brazilian Portuguese: coloração
- Chinese: 外貌
- Croatian: put
- Czech: zbarvení
- Danish: farvelægning
- Dutch: teint
- European Spanish: color
- Finnish: väritys
- French: coloration
- German: Färbung
- Greek: χρωματισμός
- Italian: colorazione
- Japanese: 着色
- Korean: 착색
- Norwegian: fargelegging
- Polish: kolorowanie
- European Portuguese: coloração
- Romanian: culoare
- Russian: окрас
- Spanish: colorido
- Swedish: färgning
- Thai: การให้สี
- Turkish: boyama
- Ukrainian: забарвлення
- Vietnamese: việc tô màu
Definition of colouring from the Collins English Dictionary
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