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green·ish

 (grē′nĭsh)
adj.
Somewhat green.

green•ish

(ˈgri nɪʃ)

adj.
somewhat green; having a tinge of green.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.greenish - of the color between blue and yellow in the color spectrum; similar to the color of fresh grass; "a green tree"; "green fields"; "green paint"
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
Translations
مائِل إلى الخَضْرَه
nazelenalýzelenavý
grønlig
zöldes
grænleitur
zelenkavý
yeşilimsi

greenish

[ˈgriːnɪʃ] ADJverdoso

greenish

[ˈgriːnɪʃ] adjverdâtre

greenish

adjgrünlich

greenish

[ˈgriːnɪʃ] adjverdognolo/a, verdastro/a

green

(griːn) adjective
1. of the colour of growing grass or the leaves of most plants. a green hat.
2. not ripe. green bananas.
3. without experience. Only someone as green as you would believe a story like that.
4. looking as if one is about to be sick; very pale. He was green with envy (= very jealous).
noun
1. the colour of grass or the leaves of plants. the green of the trees in summer.
2. something (eg paint) green in colour. I've used up all my green.
3. an area of grass. a village green.
4. an area of grass on a golf course with a small hole in the centre.
5. concerned with the protection of the environment. green issues; a green political party.
ˈgreenish adjective
close to green. a greenish dress.
greens noun plural
green vegetables. Children are often told that they must eat their greens.
ˈgreenflyplural ˈgreenfly noun
a type of small, green insect. The leaves of this rose tree have been eaten by greenfly.
ˈgreengage (-geidʒ) noun
a greenish-yellow type of plum.
ˈgreengrocer noun
a person who sells fruit and vegetables.
ˈgreenhouse noun
a building usually of glass, in which plants are grown.
ˈgreenhouse effect noun
(singular) the gradual heating of the atmosphere caused by air pollution which traps energy from the sun.
the green light
permission to begin. We can't start until he gives us the green light.

greenish

adj verdoso
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Simon Greenish, director of Bletchley Park Trust, said: "There can be few archives which contain material that had such a profound impact on the world at the time and which is still relevant today.