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tricolor

[ trahy-kuhl-er; especially British trik-uh-ler ]
/ ˈtraɪˌkʌl ər; especially British ˈtrɪk ə lər /
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adjective
Also tricolored; especially British, tricoloured. having three colors.
noun
a flag having three colors.
the national flag of France, adopted during the French Revolution, consisting of vertical bands of blue, white, and red.
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Also especially British, tri·col·our .

Origin of tricolor

1780–90; <Late Latin tricolor, equivalent to tri-tri- + -color colored; see color
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