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colornoun

  • ja肌[皮膚]の色
  • enthe color of a person’s skin, when it shows the race they belong to

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We are glamorous women of color, who deserve a sexy high school life.
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No matter their color,
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kids at Winchester don't think things like this have anything to do with them.
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Sometimes as little girls of color
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our hair becomes an issue.
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Why would a police officer assume that you did something bad?
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Maybe because of my skin color.
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- Whatever. - Do you read Ebony?
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I don't know what that is.
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Yep, definitely not Black, or a person of color.
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Why does a person of color automatically mean Black to you?
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I'm a person of color too.
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I don't see color.
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I see people for who they are.

Other meanings for color...

colornoun

  • ja色、色彩
  • enthe appearance that things have that results from the way in which they reflect light
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I've got $3 and 89 cents...
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and a soft Starburst.
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What color?
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Yellow!
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You're going to Nick's grandma's house wearing this?
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Wearing that?
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No way, no way.
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I thought red was a lucky color, right?
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Yeah, if you're an envelope.
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What's wrong with my bathroom floor?
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Nothing, it's just old and dingy, that's all.
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I highly doubt that.
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Oh, yeah?
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If you move your hamper, you can see the color the tile used to be.
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Yeah.
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That's a great color.
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Look at that.
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That is a really cool color.