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Green

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Green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. United States labor leader who was president of the American Federation of Labor from 1924 to 1952 and who led the struggle with the Congress of Industrial Organizations (1873-1952); William Green
  2. an environmentalist who belongs to the Green Party
  3. a river that rises in western Wyoming and flows southward through Utah to become a tributary of the Colorado River; Green River

green

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adj.
  1. of the color between blue and yellow in the color spectrum; similar to the color of fresh grass; greenish; light-green; dark-green
  2. naive and easily deceived or tricked; fleeceable; gullible
  3. concerned with or supporting or in conformity with the political principles of the Green Party
  4. not fully developed or mature; not ripe; unripe; unripened; immature
  5. looking pale and unhealthy

green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. green color or pigment; resembling the color of growing grass; greenness; viridity
  2. a piece of open land for recreational use in an urban area; park; commons; common
  3. an area of closely cropped grass surrounding the hole on a golf course; putting green; putting surface
  4. any of various leafy plants or their leaves and stems eaten as vegetables; greens; leafy vegetable
  5. street names for ketamine; K; jet; super acid; special K; honey oil; cat valium; super C

green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. turn or become green

African green monkey

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. common savannah monkey with greenish-grey back and yellow tail; green monkey; Cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus

American green toad

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n.
  1. small green or yellow-green toad with small black bars and stripes; Bufo debilis

Bowling Green

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n.
  1. a town in southern Kentucky

Christmas green

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n.
  1. any of several club mosses having long creeping stems and erect branches; ground pine

Eurasian green toad

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n.
  1. Eurasian toad with variable chiefly green coloring; Bufo viridis

Green Bay

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n.
  1. a city of eastern Wisconsin on an arm of Lake Michigan

Green Beret

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n.
  1. a soldier who is a member of the United States Army Special Forces

Green Line

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n.
  1. the border marking the boundaries of the land that Israel won in its 1948 war of independence

Green Mountain State

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n.
  1. a state in New England; Vermont; VT

Green Mountains

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n.
  1. a range of the Appalachian Mountains that extends from south to north through Vermont

Green Party

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. an environmentalist political party

Green River

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a river that rises in western Wyoming and flows southward through Utah to become a tributary of the Colorado River; Green

Hooker 's green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. green pigment consisting of Prussian blue mixed with gamboge

Kendal green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a green dye, often used to color cloth, which is obtained from the woad plant; Kendal

Mexican green

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n.
  1. a particularly potent variety of marijuana; Acapulco gold

Paris green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a toxic double salt of copper arsenate and copper acetate
  2. a shade of green tinged with yellow; yellow green; yellowish green; chartreuse; pea green

William Green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. United States labor leader who was president of the American Federation of Labor from 1924 to 1952 and who led the struggle with the Congress of Industrial Organizations (1873-1952); Green

Windsor green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a light chrome green pigment

beet green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. young leaves of the beetroot

blue green

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n.
  1. a blue-green color or pigment; bluish green; teal

bluish green

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adj.
  1. of a bluish shade of green; blue-green; cyan; teal
E.g.
  • Its head, thorax and forewings are bluish green.
  • The dull bluish green adult leaves are arranged alternately.
  • There are two or three dull bluish green leaves, each leaf long and wide.

bluish green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a blue-green color or pigment; blue green; teal
E.g.
  • Its head, thorax and forewings are bluish green.
  • The dull bluish green adult leaves are arranged alternately.
  • There are two or three dull bluish green leaves, each leaf long and wide.

bottle green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. dark to moderate or greyish green

bowling green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a field of closely mowed turf for playing bowls
E.g.
  • The park has a lawn bowling green, dog park, casting pond, and playground.
  • There is a sports pavilion at the local park, with an all-weather pitch and bowling green.
  • They also contain a bowling green lined with bougainvilleas along with a thatched-roof clubhouse.

chrome green

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n.
  1. any of a class of green pigments consisting of chrome yellow and iron blue
  2. a brilliant green color

cress green

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adj.
  1. of a moderate yellow-green color that is greener and deeper than moss green and yellower and darker than pea green; cresson; watercress

dandelion green

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n.
  1. the foliage of the dandelion plant
  2. edible leaves of the common dandelion collected from the wild; used in salads and in making wine

green June beetle

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n.
  1. large greenish June beetle of southern United States; figeater

green adder 's mouth

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n.
  1. North American orchid having a solitary leaf and flowers with threadlike petals; Malaxis-unifolia; Malaxis ophioglossoides

green alder

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n.
  1. North American shrub with light green leaves and winged nuts; Alnus veridis crispa; Alnus crispa
  2. shrub of mountainous areas of Europe; Alnus veridis

green algae

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n.
  1. algae that are clear green in color; often growing on wet ricks or damp wood or the surface of stagnant water; chlorophyte
E.g.
  • "Scenedesmus" is an example of a colonial green algae.
  • Eggs of some salamanders and frogs contain unicellular green algae.
  • Chlorophyll "c" is also found in some green algae and cyanobacteria.

green apple aphid

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n.
  1. bright green aphid; feeds on and causes curling of apple leaves; apple aphid; Aphis pomi

green arrow arum

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n.
  1. perennial herb of the eastern United States having arrowhead-shaped leaves and an elongate pointed spathe and green berries; tuckahoe; Peltandra virginica

green ash

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n.
  1. a variety of red ash having glossy branchlets and lower leaf surfaces; Fraxinus pennsylvanica subintegerrima

green bean

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n.
  1. immature bean pod eaten as a vegetable
  2. a common bean plant cultivated for its slender green edible pods

green bristlegrass

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n.
  1. European foxtail naturalized in North America; often a troublesome weed; green foxtail; rough bristlegrass; bottle-grass; bottle grass; Setaria viridis

green broom

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n.
  1. deciduous erect spreading broom native to western Europe; widely cultivated for its rich yellow flowers; common broom; Scotch broom; Cytisus scoparius

green card

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a card that identifies the bearer as an alien with permanent resident status in the United States
E.g.
  • Neal earned his US green card in February 2013.
  • While married to Cherry, Wendi Deng Murdoch obtained a green card.
  • Shyne had a "green card" but had never become a naturalized citizen.

green corn

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a corn plant developed in order to have young ears that are sweet and suitable for eating; sweet corn; sugar corn; sweet corn plant; Zea mays rugosa; Zea saccharata
  2. corn that can be eaten as a vegetable while still young and soft; sweet corn

green dinosaur

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n.
  1. a living fossil or so-called `green dinosaur'; genus or subfamily of primitive nut-bearing trees thought to have died out 50 million years ago; a single specimen found in 1994 on Mount Bartle Frere in eastern Australia; not yet officially named; Bartle Frere; genus Bartle-Frere

green douglas fir

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n.
  1. lofty douglas fir of northwestern North America having short needles and egg-shaped cones; douglas spruce; douglas pine; douglas hemlock; Oregon fir; Oregon pine; Pseudotsuga menziesii

green dragon

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n.
  1. European arum resembling the cuckoopint; dragon arum; Dracunculus vulgaris
  2. early spring-flowering plant of eastern North America resembling the related jack-in-the-pulpit but having digitate leaves, slender greenish yellow spathe and elongated spadix; Arisaema dracontium

green fingers

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n.
  1. a special ability to make plants grow; green thumb

green foxtail

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n.
  1. European foxtail naturalized in North America; often a troublesome weed; green bristlegrass; rough bristlegrass; bottle-grass; bottle grass; Setaria viridis

green fringed orchis

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n.
  1. fringed orchid of the eastern United States having a greenish flower with the lip deeply lacerated; ragged orchid; ragged orchis; ragged-fringed orchid; Habenaria lacera

green frog

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. similar to bullfrog; found in or near marshes and ponds; of United States and Canada; spring frog; Rana clamitans

green gentian

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n.
  1. tall herb with panicles of white flowers flushed with green; northwestern United States; sometimes placed in genus Swertia; Frasera speciosa; Swertia speciosa

green gland

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n.
  1. one of a pair of glands (believed to have excretory functions) in some crustaceans near the base of the large antennae

green goddess

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n.
  1. street names for marijuana; pot; grass; dope; weed; gage; sess; sens; smoke; skunk; locoweed; Mary Jane

green gold

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n.
  1. a gold alloy (at least 14 karat gold with silver or silver and cadmium) that has a green appearance

green goods

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n.
  1. fresh fruits and vegetable grown for the market; produce; green groceries; garden truck

green gram

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n.
  1. erect bushy annual widely cultivated in warm regions of India and Indonesia and United States for forage and especially its edible seeds; chief source of bean sprouts used in Chinese cookery; sometimes placed in genus Phaseolus; mung; mung bean; golden gram; Vigna radiata; Phaseolus aureus

green groceries

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n.
  1. fresh fruits and vegetable grown for the market; produce; green goods; garden truck

green hellebore

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n.
  1. deciduous plant with large deep green pedate leaves and nodding saucer-shaped green flowers; Helleborus viridis

green lacewing

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n.
  1. pale green unpleasant-smelling lacewing fly having carnivorous larvae; chrysopid; stink fly

green lead ore

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n.
  1. a mineral consisting of lead chloride and phosphate; a minor source of lead; pyromorphite

green light

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a signal to proceed; go-ahead
  2. permission to proceed with a project or to take action
E.g.
  • In 2011, Dark Sky gave the green light for "Hatchet III".
  • The mushrooms are bioluminescent and emit a pale green light.
  • After a brief delay of 0.55 seconds, a green light will light up.

green lizard

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n.
  1. a common Eurasian lizard about a foot long; Lacerta viridis

green mamba

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n.
  1. green phase of the black mamba

green manure

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n.
  1. a growing crop that is plowed under to enrich soil

green market

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n.
  1. an open-air marketplace for farm products; farmer's market; greenmarket

green mayonnaise

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n.
  1. mayonnaise with tarragon or dill and chopped watercress and spinach or cucumber; sauce verte

green monkey

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. common savannah monkey with greenish-grey back and yellow tail; African green monkey; Cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus

green monkey disease

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a viral disease of green monkeys caused by the Marburg virus; when transmitted to humans it causes serious or fatal illness; Marburg disease; Marburg hemorrhagic fever
n.
  1. a variety of mushroom pimple

green olive

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n.
  1. olives picked green and pickled in brine; infrequently stuffed with e.g. pimento

green onion

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n.
  1. a young onion before the bulb has enlarged; eaten in salads; spring onion; scallion

green paper

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n.
  1. a preliminary report of government proposals that is published in order to stimulate discussion

green pea

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n.
  1. fresh pea; garden pea

green pea soup

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n.
  1. made of fresh green peas and stock with shredded lettuce onion and celery; potage St. Germain

green peach aphid

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n.
  1. yellowish green aphid that is especially destructive to peaches

green peafowl

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n.
  1. peafowl of southeast Asia; Pavo muticus

green pepper

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a sweet pepper that becomes red when ripe

green plover

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n.
  1. large crested Old World plover having wattles and spurs; lapwing; peewit; pewit

green revolution

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n.
  1. the introduction of pesticides and high-yield grains and better management during the 1960s and 1970s which greatly increased agricultural productivity

green salad

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n.
  1. tossed salad composed primarily of salad greens

green smut

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n.
  1. disease of rice; grains covered by a green powder consisting of conidia; false smut

green smut fungus

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n.
  1. fungus causing green smut in rice; Ustilaginoidea virens

green snake

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n.
  1. any of numerous African colubrid snakes
  2. either of two North American chiefly insectivorous snakes that are green in color; grass snake

green soap

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n.
  1. a soft (or liquid) soap made from vegetable oils; used in certain skin diseases; soft soap

green soybean

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n.
  1. seeds shelled and cooked as lima beans

green spleenwort

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n.
  1. a small fern with slim green fronds; widely distributed in cool parts of northern hemisphere; Asplenium viride

green tea

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. tea leaves that have been steamed and dried without fermenting
E.g.
  • China is the world's largest exporter of green tea.
  • Sencha was not considered as formal as matcha, the common powdered green tea at the time.
  • Typically, different types of black tea, green tea, oolong tea, and sometimes white tea are used.

green thumb

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a special ability to make plants grow; green fingers

green turtle

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n.
  1. large tropical turtle with greenish flesh used for turtle soup; Chelonia mydas

green turtle soup

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n.
  1. soup usually made of the flesh of green turtles; turtle soup

green woodpecker

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. woodpecker of Europe and western Asia; Picus viridis

jade green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a light green color varying from bluish green to yellowish green; jade

moss green

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adj.
  1. of a moderate somewhat dull yellow-green color; mosstone

olive green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a color that is lighter and greener than olive; olive-green
E.g.
  • The caterpillar is olive green with brown speckles.
  • All poles and fence posts were painted olive green.
  • The surface is shiny, and brown or olive green in color.

pea green

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n.
  1. a shade of green tinged with yellow; yellow green; yellowish green; chartreuse; Paris green

putting green

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n.
  1. an area of closely cropped grass surrounding the hole on a golf course; green; putting surface

rough green snake

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. of southern and eastern United States; Opheodrys aestivus

sage green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the color of sage leaves

salad green

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n.
  1. greens suitable for eating uncooked as in salads; salad greens

sea green

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n.
  1. the property of a moderate green color resembling the waters of the sea

smooth green snake

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n.
  1. of western and central United States; Opheodrys vernalis

village green

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n.
  1. a village park consisting of a plot of grassy land
E.g.
  • There is a fountain with a nearby village green.
  • It is centred on the 'Green', a village green.
  • 1868 - The Old village green was bought for public use.

yellow green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a shade of green tinged with yellow; yellowish green; chartreuse; Paris green; pea green

yellowish green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a shade of green tinged with yellow; yellow green; chartreuse; Paris green; pea green
E.g.
  • The underbelly of young crocodiles is yellowish green.
  • The pupa is bright yellowish green, with a length of .
  • Abdominal light-emitting organs producing bright yellowish green light.

dark green

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E.g.
  • The car also comes with dark green exterior paint.
  • Its leaves are deciduous, dark green, and are long.
  • The male is mainly dark green with a blue-green rump.

green space

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E.g.
  • The hills of Athens also provide green space.
  • The area of the park is mostly green space.
  • This maximized privacy and shared green space at the same time.

pale green

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E.g.
  • The mature leaves are pale green and ovate, long.
  • "S. jade"'s usual coloration is yellow to pale green.
  • The official colors were pale green and white.

light green

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E.g.
  • Ongoing series are highlighted in light green.
  • These wasps have light green head and body.
  • Eggs depressed and light green dome shaped.

green and white

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E.g.
  • green and white colours are also seen in the crest.
  • The flag of the municipality is green and white.
  • Traditionally the club's colours are green and white.

green flag

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E.g.
  • Busch was shuffled back during this green flag run.
  • Kyle Busch led the field to the green flag at 1:13 p.m.
  • Many of these lead changed occurred under green flag racing.

green leaves

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The glossy green leaves turn red in autumn before falling.
  • Plants with very green leaves are not receiving enough light.
  • Large, flat, flexible, green leaves are called foliage leaves.

bright green

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E.g.
  • The leaves are bright green and up to 4 mm across.
  • The adult male has glossy bright green upperparts.
  • The male has glossy bright green upperparts.

green spaces

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E.g.
  • In urban green spaces, trees filter out man-made pollutants.
  • The homeowners association was to maintain green spaces and gardens.
  • It is one of few green spaces in the city centre and among the largest.

red and green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It even had red and green diamond pane windows inside.
  • Dichromats often confuse red and green items.
  • At 01:00, faint red and green glows were still visible."

green belt

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Similarly, suburbs such as Juniper Green and Balerno are situated on green belt land.
  • Examples of these independent wedges of green belt include Holyrood Park and Corstorphine Hill.
  • The long Advised long-term goal to pull a U-shaped green belt around the city, which became a reality.

green color

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E.g.
  • The double-door is a mint green color and is padlocked.
  • Barium compounds are added to fireworks to impart a green color.
  • The green color contributed to its outdated name verdoperoxidase.

green building

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • 10, Institutional Area, in a modern green building.
  • It is certified as a LEED green building.
  • The essence of green building is an optimization of one or more of these principles.

green and blue

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E.g.
  • The arms are a white shield with a green and blue intertwined design.
  • Exploding macrotons are used to clear paths for the green and blue macrotons.
  • When regularly spaced, they are also useful for lighting green and blue screens.

green screen

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E.g.
  • It features both actual sets and use of green screen.
  • "Sanctuary" was mostly filmed on virtual green screen sets.
  • Little Mix's driving scenes were filmed in front of a green screen.

green areas

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E.g.
  • Inala has a high ratio of green areas and parks.
  • The whole structure centers on parks and green areas.
  • Deeper green areas are probably forests.

blue and green

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E.g.
  • They are colored blue and green, respectively.
  • Argon is also used for blue and green argon-ion lasers.
  • Red was favoured for the background, though blue and green were also used.

green background

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E.g.
  • Course records with green background.
  • They are commonly identified with a white cross on a green background.
  • The race is arranged on two distances: Course records with green background.

green jersey

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E.g.
  • The classification leader will wear green jersey.
  • The leader was identified by a green jersey.
  • The leader of the points classification was awarded a green jersey.

glossy green

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E.g.
  • The glossy green leaves turn red in autumn before falling.
  • The palmately lobed glossy green leaves are tinted red in the Autumn.
  • The glossy green leaves are opposite, and oval or elliptical in shape.

green and gold

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E.g.
  • The official school colors are green and gold.
  • The club colours are green and gold hoops.
  • The school colors are green and gold.

lush green

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E.g.
  • The church is surrounded by a lush green garden.
  • The village is lush green throughout year.
  • The hospital is spread over 210 acres of lush green campus.

green eyes

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E.g.
  • Like Tom, he also has green eyes and is left handed.
  • Some individuals from Florida have green eyes.
  • She has dark blonde hair and dark green eyes.

green and yellow

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E.g.
  • The club colours are green and yellow.
  • In August 2016, Sinfire released a green and yellow Limited Edition label.
  • 强生出租 (Qiangsheng Taxi) is the biggest taxi company in Shanghai, they operate green and yellow taxis.

green energy

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E.g.
  • Keilir has four core fields: green energy, aviation, creative studies and health studies.
  • Bedford Biofuels Bedford Biofuels was a green energy company headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta.
  • Keilir has been making research agreements with several companies in green energy fields such as wind pumping.

green colour

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E.g.
  • The bitters is known for its aromatic taste and dark green colour.
  • Malachite's green colour is also representative of the green field of play.
  • A dark green colour scheme with 'Budgens' in white capital letters was introduced.

green belts

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E.g.
  • It is bounded from above by the Town Belt, one of the world's oldest green belts, designed by Charles Kettle in 1846.
  • Power and water infrastructure as well as other special developed areas made up 5.7% of the area while parks, green belts and sports fields made up 1.2%.
  • Power and water infrastructure as well as other special developed areas made up 3.5% of the area while parks, green belts and sports fields made up 2.0%.

green area

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Originally, the green area had a larger extent.
  • The green area per house is about .
  • It is a green area where a spring forms a stream in a wadi (valley).

green and red

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E.g.
  • The green and red bells cannot be combined together.
  • The inflorescence is single group of 3-5 green and red flowers.
  • The county colours of Mayo GAA are traditionally green and red.

green above

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E.g.
  • Leaf margins curl over, dark green above, paler below the leaf.
  • The leaves are long, entire or wavy-toothed, leathery, dark green above, paler below.
  • The male is metallic green above with glossy dark blue underparts and a brownish wing panel.

dull green

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E.g.
  • In its place is dull green and the black and white of Dominican robes.
  • Dominating the altar is the pipe organ in dull green and burnished gold.
  • They are dull green.

genus of green

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E.g.
  • Cyrtoxipha Cyrtoxipha is a genus of green trigs in the family Gryllidae.
  • Sweltsa Sweltsa is a genus of green stoneflies in the family Chloroperlidae.
  • Abachrysa Abachrysa is a genus of green lacewings in the family Chrysopidae.

green on both

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E.g.
  • The leaf is green on both surfaces.
  • Adult leaves are the same shade of bluish green on both sides, lance-shaped, long and wide, tapering to a petiole long.
  • Adult leaves are arranged alternately, the same glossy green on both sides, lance-shaped to curved, long and wide on a petiole long.

white and green

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E.g.
  • The team's colors were white and green.
  • The team's colors are white and green.

green roof

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E.g.
  • The roof of the building serves as a green roof.
  • A green roof captures precipitation and uses the water to grow plants.
  • There are also of outdoor space with a staircase leading to a green roof.

yellow and green

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E.g.
  • He is described as slender, with long yellow and green hair and is around 14–15 years old in books 1,2 and 3.
  • One of the change kits featured yellow and green stripes, while an alternative change kit had a black and cyan design.
  • The official mascot of the tournament was Takuma, a hippo wearing sports kit in South Africa's official yellow and green.

large green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • During the launch of the film, veteran comedian Goundamani was given a large green garland.
  • Iolaus calisto Iolaus calisto, the large green sapphire, is a butterfly in the family Lycaenidae.
  • Broad Green is a small district, centred on a large green with many homes and local shops in West Croydon.

green in color

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The surface is shiny, and brown or olive green in color.
  • It is green in color in dilute solutions.
  • The leaves of the plant are dark green in color and alternate.

small green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Other common names include the small green stink bug and alfalfa bug.
  • The rosette of some 18-22 leaves somewhat resembles a small green rose.
  • Atop is a small green dome.

green sea

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It is one of the world's largest nesting sites for green sea turtles.
  • Jiwani is also an important nesting site for the endangered olive ridley sea turtle and green sea turtles.
  • Enderbury has been identified as the most important green sea turtle nesting area in the Phoenix Islands group.

green flowers

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It has green flowers in three-rayed umbels.
  • It is a yellow-green shrub with fleshy, succulent leaves and green flowers.
  • I tucked gold and green flowers in my hair and wore a triple strand of pearls".

green room

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Dwyer declined and was assigned a spare green room as her dressing room.
  • The York College Players, who perform on both stages, enjoy a scene shop, green room and costume shop.
  • It was reported that Tal and Refaeli would be the main hosts, while Azar and Ayoub would host the green room.

dark green leaves

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It has between two and five dark green leaves at its base, each leaf long and wide.
  • It has small, shiny, very dark green leaves and tiny, vanilla-scented flowers in winter.
  • The dark green leaves, long and wide, have a silvery grey underside and grow in opposite pairs.

lime green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The armpits are marked with lime green or yellow.
  • These were 300 hand numbered mail-order-only copies on lime green wax w/ traces of white swirl.
  • In September 2015, Sinfire released a Limited Edition Northwest Label that featured a lime green and blue label.

green livery

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • 749 was returned to Maunsell's green livery.
  • Most service buses were painted in a bright green livery.
  • 2421 "South Foreland" in Southern Railway olive green livery; and 31-921 No.

painted green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • From the 1890s to 1997 the boxes were painted red and after 1997 were painted green.
  • The current tower, made of iron and painted green, was built in 1993 and is the third tower to exist on the hill.
  • Despite the name, the Green Monster was not painted green until 1947; before that it was covered with advertisements.

metallic green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The first genital section is black with a metallic green luster.
  • Gymnocheta magna Gymnocheta magna is a metallic green tachinid fly.
  • The male is metallic green above with glossy dark blue underparts and a brownish wing panel.

green line

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The Pearse Street DART station is 5 minutes on foot as is the Dawson stop on the green line of the LUAS.
  • In 2008, the government announced a plan to construct a Damascus Metro with opening time for the green line scheduled for 2015.
  • The background is green with a diagonal white stripe divided into two parts by a green line crossed by a diagonal wavy white stripe.

green field

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Malachite's green colour is also representative of the green field of play.
  • While the station was built on a green field, both sides of the station are now surrounded by buildings.
  • "His imagination lends 'a sense of joy to the bare trees and mountains bare, and grass in the green field'.

green and black

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The team's colors are yellow, green and black.
  • The club colours are green and black.
  • Maree wore green and black jerseys while Oranmore wore Black and Amber.

emerald green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The pagoda’s eaves are painted with emerald green glaze.
  • The emerald green becomes black several months after shedding.
  • Her skin is said to be honey colored and her eyes emerald green.

green beans

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Their larvae eat a variety of crops, including peppers and green beans.
  • Most Chinese coffee beans are commercial grade and exports are primarily green beans sent to European markets.
  • Because of different climate and soil conditions, cultivars of green beans, peas, and mushrooms can be found in rich variety.

colors are green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Its logo colors are green, white, yellow and red.
  • The official school colors are green and gold.
  • The school's colors are green and white.

green leaf

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Sometimes a green leaf vegetable such as spinach is added, or herbs (usually coriander or mint.)
  • It has a single tubular, green leaf and up to twelve yellowish green flowers with faint streaks.
  • This is very small plant growing from an underground caudex and sending one thin, shiny, green leaf above the surface of the ground.

deep green

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The leaves are trifoliate, smooth, and a deep green.
  • The wrinkled operculum is deep green.
  • The large shiny leaves are deep green and about in length and in width.

green stripes

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • They play shirts with green stripes, and red.
  • Also with red and green stripes.
  • The logo consists of an airplane silhouetted over two red and green stripes.

green in colour

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • The larvae of this species are green in colour.
  • The larvae are predominantly ruby and green in colour.
  • They are dark green in colour with a downy, white underside.
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