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tricolour

(ˈtrɪkələ; ˈtraɪˌkʌlə) or

tricolor

adj
(Colours) having or involving three colours
n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (often capital) the French national flag, having three equal vertical stripes in blue, white, and red
2. any flag, badge, ribbon, etc, with three colours
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tricolour - a flag having three colored stripes (especially the French flag)tricolour - a flag having three colored stripes (especially the French flag)
flag - emblem usually consisting of a rectangular piece of cloth of distinctive design
France, French Republic - a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe
Translations

tricolour

tricolor (US) [ˈtrɪkələʳ] N (= flag) → bandera f tricolor, tricolor f

tricolour

[ˈtrɪkər] (British) tricolorUS ndrapeau m tricolore

tricolour

, (US) tricolor
nTrikolore f

tricolour

tricolor (Am) [ˈtrɪkələʳ] ntricolore m
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The rescue bid came after a group of young people at Bessbrook Pond in South Armagh tried to talk the 68-year-old out of swiming to the island on which two tricolours flew.
Such a cultural crossover goes beyond football and was there for all to see at the Last Night of the Proms when, among the flags fluttering as Rule Britannia rose to a crescendo, were half a dozen Tricolours - as well as a fair few Saltires.
The First Minister has said he does not believe waving Union Flags and Irish tricolours at matches is sectarian.
TRICOLOURS decked one half of Leamington's Regent Street as the eagerly-awaited French market arrived in town.
Feelings run so high in the town that mobs even went on the rampage when Irish tricolours were flown in a nationalist part of the town.
And he says fans should be encouraged to wave Union Jacks or Irish Tricolours to celebrate their roots.
TRICOLOURS are being flown from lampposts just weeks after they were taken down in a reported bid to ease tensions.
In recent weeks Union flags and Irish tricolours have been erected on council property, including a cleansing depot off the Springfield Road in West Belfast.
A PROBE found no evidence that police officers contacted loyalists to tell them tricolours were being flown hours before a Catholic was killed.
A SHINNER has said he doesn't like the idea of tricolours being flown in Dungiven to commemorate a dead hunger striker.