cross-color

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cross-color

[′krȯs ‚kəl·ər]
(electronics)
In color television, the interference in the receiver chrominance channel caused by cross talk from monochrome signals.
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These cross-colour relationships have many challenges in a colour-conscious society such as Namibia.
A cross-colour relationship represents the excitement of diversity and broadening one's ideological and cultural horizons.
Despite it being an ugly subject, Hairspray keeps it as light as a bouffant with whimsical tunes and a cross-colour love affair.