|3-color, combining primary colors, having to do with the use of three colors, relating to normal color vision, trichrome, trichromic||trichromatic|
|a socialist or communist, bloodshot, color of blood, having a red coloring, made from black grapes, of the color of blood, one of the primary colors, color similar to that of blood; redness; condition of being in debt; person who holds radical politica...||red|
|abundant, plentiful; excessive, superfluous; unnecessarily repetitive; serving as a duplicate back-up system for use in the event of failure of the primary system; unemployed, laid-off, backup, dismissed from work, repeating meaning||redundant|
|additional, arranged for specific purpose, dish not on usual menu, held in esteem, made for particular purpose, primary, reduced price, sale on specific items; extra newspaper edition; something that is used for a particular purpose or occasion; televi...||special|
|admired woman, female hero, extraordinarily brave woman; primary female character (of a story, play, etc.), main woman character in fictional plot, remarkably brave woman||heroine|
|amount of difference, branching off, deviation; monitor problem in which the primary colors spread around each pixel (Computers); condition in which the eyes are pointed outward (Ophthalmology), deviation of eye from sight line, difference or disparity...||divergence|
|antigen-enhancing drug, drug-enhancing agent, helper, assistant; substance or treatment that is used as a supplement to the primary treatment (Medicine); substance added to an antigen or vaccine to increase the immune response (Immunology), helping age...||adjuvant|
|authentic piece of art, creative, creative person, eccentric person, first, first version, primary; innovative, creative; novel, new, not traditional, source for copies, source from which something arises, originator; prototype, model; original work (a...||original|
|baby tooth, deciduous tooth, primary tooth||milk tooth|
|basic assumption, characteristic ingredient, doctrine, tenet, precept; fundamental law, primary law on which other laws are based, ethical standard||principle|
|basic ingredient of diet, bent wire to fasten papers, bind together by means of a staple or staples, essential, regularly used; primary, principal, main (of goods or products), fasten with staples, grade fibers, metal clip for binding papers; basic foo...||staple|
|belief that beauty is the primary standard (with other standards being subordinate); excessive devotion to the arts; 19th-century art movement characterized by a quest for beauty||estheticism|
|belief that beauty is the primary standard (with other standards being subordinate); excessive devotion to the arts; movement in art characterized by interest in classical art forms||aestheticism|
|broadcasting system for color TV, Sequential Couleur Avec Memoire; one of the three primary standards for television broadcasts (used primarily in France, the Middle East and Eastern Europe), séquentiel couleur à mémoire||SECAM|
|chief, first in place or rank, primary, leading, main, furthest forward, in first position, to the front||foremost|
|chief, head, leading; primary, main, major; first in rank, of the highest importance or priority, criminal, head of school, initially invested, lead musician, lead performer, main support beam, most important person, original amount invested, represent...||principal|
|coil that sets up magnetic flux, primary, primary winding||primary coil|
|color made of two primary colors||secondary color|
|computer storage medium, primary working memory of a computer||random-access memory|
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