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1.Of a colour at the end of the spectrum next to orange and opposite violet, as of blood, fire, or rubies.
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‘the sky was turning red outside'
‘When we came back, we could just see a great cloud of smoke and in the evening the red glow of fire still burning.'
‘There was dark red blood dribbling down his chin, contrasting starkly with the rest of his blanched white face.'
‘He opened his mouth slightly trying to say something, but he only coughed out more dark red blood.'
2.(of a person or their face) flushed or rosy, especially with embarrassment, anger, or heat.
‘there were some red faces in headquarters'
‘he went bright red'
‘Her face was red and she grimaced more from the pain than the bitter cold.'
‘She was red in the face, partly from embarrassment and partly from being rushed off her feet - the inn was unusually busy.'
‘But I pull myself together, puffy red face and all, and go back to the station to fix my mistake.'
3.(of a person's eyes) bloodshot or having pink rims, especially with tiredness or crying.
‘her eyes were red and swollen'
‘My eyes were red and puffy and my eyelashes were stuck together by my tears.'
‘His eyes were red, but his behavior was perfectly normal, as though it were just an ordinary day.'
‘Her eyes were red and puffy, her cheeks pink, her hair a mess, actually she in general was a mess.'
‘My eyes were red and stinging by the time my crying spell passed, and Julius was asking for a walk.'
4.(of hair or fur) of a reddish-brown or orange-brown colour.
‘her long, red hair'
‘his hair was red'
‘Unfortunately, the color of my face was only intensified by my flame red hair.'
‘She was braiding my long, red hair just the way I like it and we were talking.'
‘She was last seen with bright red hair, but has been blonde in the past and could have dyed her hair a dark colour.'
5.(of a people) having reddish skin.
6.Of or denoting the suits hearts and diamonds in a pack of cards.
‘a red queen'
‘By agreement, if the card turned up to start the discard pile happens to be a wild card or a red three, it may be put back into the stock pile and another card turned up.'
‘Each card is from a red suit but we do not know this: each of us sees only the suit of his own card.'
‘Only three cards are needed, two from a black suit, and one from a red suit.'
‘Bonuses for red threes, canastas and so on cannot be counted towards meeting the minimum.'
7.(of wine) made from dark grapes and coloured by their skins.
‘a glass of red wine'
‘Use patience, a very sharp carving knife, and lots of red wine for your guests.'
‘I enjoy red wine but as the only drinker in the house, I find that one bottle lasts too long.'
‘To make a red wine, a vintner will let the juice of the grapes mix with the skins.'
‘These three grape varieties produce red wines which go lighter with age.'
8.Denoting a red light or flag used as a signal to stop.
‘Finally, the red traffic light means stop, even if your car is expensive or has the word ‘taxi' on the roof.'
‘Even they will stop at red traffic lights and pedestrian crossings.'
‘At traffic lights the rule is very simple: when the light is red you have to stop and when it's green you go.'
‘We sit watching the glow of the red signal for what seems an eternity.'
‘When the vehicles stopped at red traffic lights the ambulanceman got out of his car and approached the van, along with another driver.'
9.Used to denote something forbidden, dangerous, or urgent.
‘the force went on red alert'
‘The bridge is bathed in red light as a red alert siren wails in the background.'
‘A senior Government vet says North Yorkshire should be on red alert to prevent an explosion of foot and mouth in the pig farming community.'
‘He revealed that an email had been circulated amongst GPs by the primary care trust, informing them that a red alert had been posted.'
‘They are believed to be the work of terrorists and the usual agencies are put on red alert for an attack.'
10.(of a ski run) of the second-highest level of difficulty, as indicated by red markers positioned along it.
11.Denoting one of three colours of quark.
12.Communist or socialist (used especially during the Cold War with reference to the Soviet Union)
‘the era of nuclear anxiety, the red scare and covert CIA plots'
13.Involving bloodshed or violence.
‘red battle stamps his foot and nations feel the shock'
14.(of a Xhosa) coming from a traditional tribal culture.
‘a red Xhosa wife spends several years in her mother-in-law's homestead'
1.(of a Xhosa) coming from a traditional tribal culture.
‘their work is marked in red by the teacher'
2.Red colour or pigment.
‘Bright green eyes lined in red blinked up at me and my stomach dropped as I pulled my baby stepbrother into a hug.'
‘I started with obnoxious colours, brown and red mainly, and worked from there.'
‘All club supporters are asked to turn out and support these young boys in red.'
‘The restaurant creates varied kinds of curries in red, yellow, green, black and white.'
3.Red clothes or material.
‘she could not wear red'
‘His own transport is a Hummer and, at his £100,000 wedding staged in a Welsh castle, he wore red.'
‘I leaned down from my saddle and snatched a shield from a corpse wearing red.'
‘The club always wore red and white but black has now replaced the white.'
‘We did primary colours, we did school-kid uniforms, we did St. Valentine's and all wore red.'
4.A red thing.
‘which dress - the black or the red?'
‘This appellation is undergoing much-needed revival but old vintages suggest that the potential for long-lived, concentrated reds is there.'
‘The making of a merlot Duckhorn continues string of impressive reds.'
‘It is an honest, everyday red with a nice, clean finish.'
‘″They have this decent Spanish red for only 70 kuai a bottle,″ I called out from the living room.'
5.A red wine.
‘good Italian reds at affordable prices'
‘a bottle of red'
‘It goes without saying that Bordeaux is better known for reds but this wine certainly doesn't let the side down.'
‘And what Sauvignon Blanc does for white wines, Cabernet Sauvignon can do for reds.'
‘Tartaric acid is what gives balance to sugars in white wines and tannins in reds.'
6.A red ball in snooker or billiards.
‘He potted 13 reds and 12 blacks before losing position on the colour.'
‘The world number one played a simple safety shot to leave the white ball on the bottom cushion and Doherty played the ball deadweight into the pack of reds.'
‘Even after clambering on the table, he could not get a good enough shot at the three reds clustered near the cushion.'
‘The 2002 British Open champion sank 14 reds before missing the penultimate black in the final frame of the day.'
‘Hunter led by four points when he found himself snookered on the last red.'
7.A red light.
8.A communist or socialist.
‘Anton Denikin was a Russian general who fought for the Whites during Russia's civil war against the reds - Lenin's Bolsheviks.'
‘Traditionally, spies revolt against Labour governments because they fear the party is made up of unpatriotic reds.'
‘Hoover made an index of 450,000 people he considered to be dangerous reds.'
‘Never one to underestimate or understate her own judgements, she feels that China is communist and calls a red a red.'
‘The fact is, fighting anarchists, reds and labor organizers played a very important part in developing modern forms of identification and police power.'
9.The situation of owing money to a bank or making a loss in a business operation.
‘the company was £4 million in the red'
‘moving the health authority out of the red will be a huge challenge'
‘small declines in revenue can soon send an airline plunging into the red'
‘Other banks charge daily or monthly ‘overdraft management' fees when you're in the red.'
‘Of course, the best way to deal with debt is never to get into the red in the first place.'