colour-coded

Translations

colour-coded

color-coded (US) [ˈkʌləˈkəʊdɪd] ADJcon código de colores
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FANS heading to the One Direction show at the Stadium of Light on Wednesday will be using a special colour-coded entry system.
Its four speeds are colour-coded according to what you're making and, best of all, has a colour-coded according to what you're making and, best of all, has a small base so it takes up hardly any space on the worktop.
The Google Maps feature provides users with a regional map of The Alleghenies that can be overlaid with their favourite activities, by colour-coded markers, including hiking, cycling, rails to trails, ATV/dirtbiking, motor touring, water activities, bird watching and winter activities.
New colour-coded uniforms are to be introduced for Welsh nurses and healthcare specialists
They also had in place a colour-coded ticketing system.
AREAS of south Birmingham have been colour-coded with lampposts, bollards and railings painted in either red, green or blue.
COLOUR-coded environmental labels first appeared in new car showrooms in July 2005.
The new packaging does away with the neck capsules and replaces them with really smart neck collars and colour-coded screw caps.
Vikan Hygiene Systems, who aim to help industry minimize health hazards and achieve maximum hygiene, have now introduced additional colour-coded aspects to some of their popular products.
The bags were tied with plastic colour-coded security ties.
Now displayed in new showrooms, the colour-coded labels feature green-to-red banding in a format that mirrors energy efficiency labels attached to new white goods.
Colour-coded strips on labels will differentiate the variants.