color-blind

[kuhl-er-blahynd]
adjective
  1. Ophthalmology. pertaining to or affected with color blindness.
  2. Photography. (of an emulsion) sensitive only to blue, violet, and ultraviolet rays.
  3. showing or characterized by freedom from racial bias; not influenced by skin color.

Origin of color-blind

First recorded in 1850–55
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colorblind in Medicine

colorblind

adj.
  1. Partially or totally unable to distinguish certain colors.
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colorblind in Science

colorblind

[kŭlər-blīnd′]
  1. Unable to distinguish certain colors. Humans who are colorblind usually cannot distinguish red from green. Many animals, including cats and dogs, are colorblind and unable to distinguish more than a few colors.
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