colour supplement

colour supplement
noun
(British) a magazine that is printed in color and circulated with a newspaper (especially on weekends)
Hypernyms: ↑magazine, ↑mag

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colour supplement or colour magazine noun
An illustrated magazine printed in colour and published usu as a part of a weekly newspaper (also (informal) colˈour-sup, colˈour-supp or colˈour-mag)
adjective
Of a style often pictured in such a magazine, ie expensive and rather exclusive
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Main Entry:colour

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colour supplement UK US noun [countable] [singular colour supplement plural colour supplements] british
a magazine printed in colour that is given away with a newspaper
Thesaurus: parts of newspapers and magazinesmeronym types of newspaper or magazinehyponym

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noun, pl ⋯ -ments [count]
Brit : a magazine printed in color that is added to a newspaper usually on a Saturday or Sunday

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ˈcolour supplement f39 [colour supplement] noun (BrE)
a magazine printed in colour and forming an extra part of a newspaper, particularly on Saturdays or Sundays

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