primary colour
Noun

primary colour (plural primary colours)

  1. Any of three colours which, when added to or subtracted from others in different amounts, can generate all other colours
    Red, blue and green are additive primary colours.
    Magenta, yellow and cyan are subtractive primary colours.
Translations
  • Spanish: color primario



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