Chinese red


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Chinese red

n.

Chinese red

n
(Colours)
a. a bright red colour
b. (as adjective): a Chinese-red bag.
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The Chinese Red Sun Group is planning to plough PS300 million into Coventry-based CAD CAM Automotive (CCA) over the next five years in a major boost to the region's supply chain.
The Chinese Red Sun Group is planning to plough PS300 million into Coventrybased CAD CAM Automotive (CCA) over the next five years in a major boost to the region's supply chain.
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Leaders arrived to the Water Cube, the facility where Beijing-2008 Olympic Games was held, passing through the path that was enlightened with Chinese red in the accompany of dancing groups wearing national clothes.
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