three-colour

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three-colour

adj
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) of, relating to, or comprising a colour print or a photomechanical process in which a picture is reproduced by superimposing three prints from half-tone plates in inks corresponding to the three primary colours
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Translations

three-colour

three-coloured three-color, three-colored (US) [ˈθriːˈkʌləd] ADJde tres colores, tricolor
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Intrigued by the announcement that a team from ETRI in South Korea had made a system to display an animated three-colour hologram viewable from all around (see HN March 2016), Holography News[R] visited the team to find out more.
The team has built two systems: the first displays a three-colour image within a 3" cube (9cm) that refreshes 14 frames per second, the second displays a similar image in finer resolution within a 4" cube.
The product is available in nine colour options and one, two and three-colour models for flexible performance.
Interestingly, a three-colour 2 x 2 square-grid tile game was invented in 1988 by Bob Vertes, using the same rules for playing and scoring as Maureen Hiron's Continuo.
A standard three-colour cartridge and a true photo cartridge are included, along with PC and Mac drivers and software to help you store your pictures.
Rigid Corrugated are part of the VPK Packaging Group, a major independent European manufacturer of recycled paper and corruagted boxes, and currently supply four different styles of corrugated transit packaging; three printed cases, incorporating two and three-colour printing, as well as a plain one.
The black refill kit costs pounds 8.99 and the three-colour kit pounds 14.99.
The 80 000-pixel, three-colour LED display is linked to three computers, which generate two tickers of stok quotations that broaden and fan up, or narrow and dive down on the screens to colourfully dramatize shifts in price.
Fluorescent ink was incorporated into the new corrugated fireboard packaging design to ensure maximum visual impact at retail and Cash and Carry Outlets, The ink was colour co-ordinated to tie in with the 12 different flavours in the relaunched range, now called the Great British Crisp, and Rigid delivered the first batch of three-colour printed cases within five days of completion of the artwork.
It is prepared in three different types, optimised respectively for three-colour continuous wave laser exposed reflection holograms, for pulse laser reflection holograms and for colour transmission holograms.
They took items including a set of emerald oval-shaped earrings with diamond edging and a platinum band ring; a platinum link sapphire necklace with a diamond tied ribbon bow on it; a large circular amethyst stone ring on a gold band; a three-coloured gold chain; a ruby and diamond earrings and ring set; a pearl necklace; and a ring with a gold cat''s eye shaped stone on it.
Jacob sheep are bred in the UK and are highly distinctive with a three-coloured fleece of sable brown, cream and pewter colours.