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Images:Color icon red.svg
Various shades of red
Images:Woman redhead natural portrait 1.jpg
A Caucasian woman with red hair.
Images:Uyghur-redhead.jpg
A Uyghur girl in China who has red hair.
Images:Red Wine Glas.jpg
A glass of red wine

Pronunciation

Etymology 1

From Middle English {{enm|red}}, from Old English {{ang|rēad}}, from Proto-Germanic {{gem-pro|*raudaz}} (compare West Frisian {{fy|read}}, {{nds|root}}, {{nds|rod}}, {{nl|rood}}, {{de|rot}}, {{da|rød}}), from Proto-Indo-European {{ine-pro|*h₁rowdʰós}}, from the root {{ine-pro|*h₁rewdʰ-}} (compare {{cy|rhudd}}, {{la|ruber}}, {{en|rufus}}, Tocharian A {{xto|rtär}}, Tocharian B {{txb|ratre}}, Ancient Greek {{grc|ἐρυθρός}}, Albanian {{sq|pruth||redhead}}, Old Church Slavonic {{cu|рудъ}}, [[Template:{{{1}}}]] ([{{fullurl:Template:{{{1}}}|action=edit}} edit]|[[Template talk:{{{1}}}|talk]]|[{{fullurl:Template:{{{1}}}|action=history}} history]|[{{fullurl:Special:Whatlinkshere/Template:{{{1}}}|limit=999}} links]|[{{fullurl:Template:{{{1}}}|action=watch}} watch]|logs) {{lt|raúdas}}, Template:Ae raoidita, Sanskrit {{sa|रुधिर||red, bloody}}).

Adjective

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  1. Having red as its color.
    The girl wore a red skirt.
    • Shakespeare
      Your colour, I warrant you, is as red as any rose.
  2. Of hair, having an orange-brown colour; ginger.
    Her hair had red highlights.
  3. Template:Label Leftwing, socialist, or communist.
    • "Only Nixon could go to China" was the refrain of conventional wisdom during Richard Nixon’s 1972 official visit to Mao Tse-tung’s regime. Nixon’s anti-communist credentials, however dubious, provided useful camouflage as he opened diplomatic relations with Red China and made breathtaking concessions that an undisguised liberal couldn’t get away with. [1]
  4. (ArticlesUSArticles, modern) Supportive of or dominated by the political party represented by the color red, especially the U.S. Republican Party.
    a red state
    a red Congress
  5. (ArticlesUSArticles, modern) Of, pertaining to, or run by (a member of) the political party represented by the color red, especially the U.S. Republican Party.
    a red advertisement
  6. (ArticlesUK) Supportive of the Labour Party.
  7. (ArticlesGermanyArticles, politics) Related to the Social Democratic Party.
    the red-black grand coalition
  8. (Articles
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  1. (Articlesparticle physics) Having a color charge of red.
Antonyms
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Noun

Red (plural [[~#|~]])
  1. (Articlescountable and Articlesuncountable) Any of a range of colours having the longest wavelengths, 670 nm, of the visible spectrum; a primary additive colour for transmitted light: the colour obtained by subtracting green and blue from white light using magenta and yellow filters; the colour of blood, ripe strawberries, etc.
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  2. (Articlescountable) A revolutionary socialist or (most commonly) a Communist; (usually capitalized) a Bolshevik, a supporter of the Bolsheviks in the Russian Civil War.
  3. (ArticlescountableArticles, snooker) One of the 15 red balls used in snooker, distinguished from the colours.
  4. (Articlescountable and Articlesuncountable) Red wine.
  5. (Articlesslang) The drug secobarbital; a capsule of this drug.
    • 1971, Hunter S. Thompson, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (Harper Perennial 2005), page 202:
      The big market, these days, is in Downers. Reds and smack—Seconal and heroin—and a hellbroth of bad domestic grass sprayed with everything from arsenic to horse tranquillizers.
  6. (Articlesinformal) A red light Template:Gloss
  7. (ArticlesIrelandArticles, UKArticles, beveragesArticles, informal) red lemonade
  8. (Articlesparticle physics) One of the three color charges for quarks.
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References

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Etymology 2

From the archaic verb {{en|rede}}.

Verb

Red

  1. (Articlesarchaic) Template:En-past of

Etymology 3

From Middle English {{enm|redden}}, from Old English {{ang|hreddan||to save, to deliver, recover, rescue}}, from Proto-Germanic {{gem-pro|*hradjaną}}.

Verb

Red (third-person singular simple present [[reds#|reds]], present participle [[redding#|redding]], simple past and past participle [[redded#|redded]])
  1. (Articlescolloquial) Template:Alternative spelling of

References

Etymology 4

From Middle English, from Middle Low German, compare {{nl|redden}}.

Verb

Red (third-person singular simple present [[Reds#|Reds]], present participle [[Reding#|Reding]], simple past and past participle [[Reded#|Reded]])
  1. (ArticlestransitiveArticles, Pennsylvania) Template:Alternative spelling of

References

Anagrams


Danish

Pronunciation

  • /reːd/

Verb

Red

  1. Template:Past tense of

Dutch

Pronunciation

Verb

indicative of [[{{{1}}}#Dutch|{{{1}}}]]

  1. Template:Nl-verb form of
  2. Template:Nl-verb form of

Anagrams


Kurdish

Verb

Red

  1. To disappear.

Lojban

Rafsi

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  1. Template:Jbo-rafsi of

Manx

Etymology

From Template:Sga {{sga|rét}}.

Noun

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  1. thing, object, item
    • Cha daink reddyn dy mie.
      • Things didn't pan out well.
    • Cha nel shen deyr son y leagh t'er reddyn nish.
      • That's not dear as things go.
    • Kanys ta reddyn goll er?
      • How are things?
    • Son y chied red, t'eh ro vie dy ve firrinagh.
      • For one thing, it is too good to be true.
    • Ta reddyn couyral.
      • Things are getting better.
    • Ta reddyn ennagh ayn nagh vel niart ain orroo.
      • There are some things we cannot help.
    • Ta shen red aitt.
      • That's a curious thing.
    • T'eh yn un red.
      • It amounts to the same thing.
    • T'eh çheet stiagh rish yn red elley.
      • It falls in with the other thing.
    • She'n red hene eh y traa shoh.
      • It's the real thing this time.
    • Va shen yn red cooie dy ghra.
      • That was the appropriate thing to say.
  2. matter

Norwegian Bokmål

Alternative forms

Verb

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  1. simple past of {{ Template:Nb/script |[[ri#|ri]]|face=|lang=nb}}
  2. simple past of {{ Template:Nb/script |[[ride#|ride]]|face=|lang=nb}}

Old English

Noun

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  1. Template:Alternative form of

Polish

Pronunciation

  • [rɛt]

Noun

Red

  1. Template:Inflection of

Serbo-Croatian

Etymology

From Template:Inh.

Pronunciation

  • /rêːd/

Noun

Template:Sh-noun

  1. row
  2. (Articles
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  2. queue
  3. order Template:Gloss
  4. order Template:Gloss
  5. line Template:Gloss

Declension

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References


Slovene

Etymology 1

From Template:Inh.

Pronunciation

Noun

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  1. order (arrangement, disposition)
Declension

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Etymology 2

Pronunciation

Noun

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  1. Template:Rfdef
Declension

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Spanish

Template:Was fwotd

Pronunciation

Etymology

From {{la|rēte||net}}. Wikipedia es

Noun

Template:Es-noun

  1. (ArticleshuntingArticles, tools) web, mesh
  2. (Articlesfishing) net
    • 1911, Benito Pérez Galdós, De Cartago a Sagunto : 13
      Si se consigue pescar a Dorregaray con cuarenta mil duretes, a Cástor Andéchaga con veinticinco mil, y a otros tales, habremos hecho más que cogiendo en la red a los bicharracos de menor cuantía.
  3. (Articlesarachnid) spiderweb
  4. trap, snare
  5. (Articles
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    • red de carreteras, highway network
    • red de radiodifusoras, radio broadcasters network
    • red televisiva, TV broadcasting network
  1. (Articlessport) net, goal
  2. (Articlescomputing) Web, Internet
    • Template:Quote-news
      La mayoría de la población (84%) accede a la red para temas relacionados con la sanidad.
      Most of the population (84%) accesses the web for health-related topics.

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Derived terms


Swedish

Verb

Red

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  2. Template:Sv-verb-form-past

Turkish

Noun

Red

  1. refusal

Verb

red (with the auxiliary verb etmek)

  1. To refuse.

Volapük

Etymology

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Pronunciation

Noun

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  1. the colour red

Declension

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Derived terms

See also

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