colour-blind


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colour-blind

1. of or relating to any defect in the normal ability to distinguish certain colours
2. not discriminating on grounds of skin colour or ethnic origin
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Most colour-blind people, however, are born with the defect.
I'd like the FA to realise there are a lot of colour-blind people who follow football.
Sharks are probably not the only large water dwellers that are colour-blind as other research has indicated that marine mammals like whales, dolphins and seals, cannot detect colours either.
Washington, April 22 (ANI): Colour-blind racial ideology is linked to racism, both online and offline, according to a new American research.
A COLOUR-BLIND artist from Cardiff will share his experiences in a new S4C series.
The colourful creation reminded party-goers of the Michelin man and had a few people wondering if the model was colour-blind as it clashed with her gold top and shoes.