reddish


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red·dish

 (rĕd′ĭsh)
adj.
Mixed or tinged with red; somewhat red.

red′dish·ness n.

reddish

(ˈrɛdɪʃ)
adj
somewhat red
ˈreddishly adv
ˈreddishness n

red•dish

(ˈrɛd ɪʃ)

adj.
somewhat red; tending to red; tinged with red.
[1350–1400]
red′dish•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.reddish - of a color at the end of the color spectrum (next to orange); resembling the color of blood or cherries or tomatoes or rubies
chromatic - being or having or characterized by hue
Translations
مائِل إلى الحُمْرَه
narudlý
rødlig
punertava
vöröses
rauîleitur
rdečkast
kırmızımtrak

reddish

[ˈredɪʃ] ADJ [colour, hair] → rojizo

reddish

[ˈrɛdɪʃ] adj
[hue, colour, stone, leaves] → rougeâtre
[brown, orange, purple] → rougeâtre
[hair, beard] → qui tire sur le roux

reddish

adjrötlich; reddish-brownrotbraun

reddish

[ˈrɛdɪʃ] adjrossiccio/a, rossastro/a; (hair) → rossiccio/a

red

(red) noun, adjective
1. (of) the colour of blood. a red car/dress / cheeks; red cheeks; a red car/dress / cheeks; Her eyes were red with crying.
2. (of hair or fur) (of) a colour which varies between a golden brown and a deep reddish-brown.
3. (a) communist. Red China; A lot of his university friends are Reds.
the Red Army
the army of the former USSR.
ˈredden verb
1. to make or become red or redder. to redden the lips with lipstick.
2. to blush. She reddened as she realized her mistake.
ˈreddish adjective
slightly red. reddish hair.
ˈredness noun
ˈredcurrant noun
a type of garden bush grown for its small red fruit.
ˈredhead noun
a person with red hair.
red herring
1. something that leads people away from the main point in a discussion.
2. a false clue or line of enquiry.
ˌred-ˈhot adjective
(of metal etc) so hot that it is glowing red. red-hot steel; This iron is red-hot.
Red Indian
a North American Indian.
red-letter day
a day which will always be remembered because of something especially good that happened on it.
red tape
annoying and unnecessary rules and regulations.
be in the red
to be in debt.
catch red-handed
to find (a person) in the act of doing wrong. The police caught the thief red-handed.
see red
to become angry. When he started criticizing my work, I really saw red.

reddish

a. rojizo-a, enrojecido-a.

reddish

adj rojizo
References in classic literature ?
The rocks about me were of a harsh reddish colour, and all the trace of life that I could see at first was the intensely green vegetation that covered every projecting point on their south-eastern face.
The lawyer was a little, squat, bald man, with a dark, reddish beard, light-colored long eyebrows, and an overhanging brow.
I did not know then that a reddish luminosity, at least, is not uncommon in human eyes.
His hair was reddish, cut very short, and his eyes were small, blue or grey.
It would have made a fine picture, worthy of Rembrandt, the gloomy winding stairs illuminated by the reddish glare of the cresset of Gryphus, with his scowling jailer's countenance at the top, the melancholy figure of Cornelius bending over the banister to look down upon the sweet face of Rosa, standing, as it were, in the bright frame of the door of her chamber, with embarrassed mien at being thus seen by a stranger.
No, it was man alone who had produced these reddish vapors, these gigantic flames worthy of a volcano itself, these tremendous vibrations resembling the shock of an earthquake, these reverberations rivaling those of hurricanes and storms; and it was his hand which precipitated into an abyss, dug by himself, a whole Niagara of molten metal!
For a dozen yards he advanced without sighting the object of his search, but presently his efforts were rewarded by a glimpse of a reddish, hairy body, and a pair of close set, wicked eyes peering at him from behind a giant tree.
Observation tells me that you have a little reddish mould adhering to your instep.
Her skin was of a light reddish copper color, against which the crimson glow of her cheeks and the ruby of her beautifully molded lips shone with a strangely enhancing effect.
At this depth I could still see the rays of the sun, though feebly; to their intense brilliancy had succeeded a reddish twilight, the lowest state between day and night; but we could still see well enough; it was not necessary to resort to the Ruhmkorff apparatus as yet.
Before her was a small cauldron standing over a low fire and in it bubbled a thick, reddish, tarry mass.
Their hair already betrayed the reddish hue inherited from their mother, the she-wolf; while he alone, in this particular, took after his father.