Most species of fish can see a variety of colors.2. [biology, cognitive studies] The human ability to map wavelengths of light or a lack of light to an intuitive visual concept such as black, white, blue, red, yellow, orange, brown and green.
Human color perception is influenced by culture.3. [optics] The wavelengths of light that are absorbed and reflected by an object.
I am looking for a red colored hat.4. [sociology] Human skin pigmentation other than pigmentation that is perceived as "white."
Her experience as a person of color.5. [sociology] A symbol of identity.
They all wore their school colors to the game.6. [business, media, communication] To provide informal details and opinions.
Can you give us some color as to how customers are reacting to the price increase?7. [general] To change the optical properties of something.
She colored her hair.8. [general] An emotional state.
The color in her face disappeared.
Color me surprised.
She opened up and showed her true colors.