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three-color

[ three-kuhl-er ]
/ ˈθriˌkʌl ər /
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adjective

having or characterized by the use of three colors.
noting or pertaining to a photomechanical process for making reproductions of paintings, artwork, etc., usually by making three printing plates, each corresponding to a primary color, by the halftone process, and printing superimposed impressions from these plates in three correspondingly colored inks.

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Origin of three-color

First recorded in 1890–95
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