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red

1. any of a group of colours, such as that of a ripe tomato or fresh blood, that lie at one end of the visible spectrum, next to orange, and are perceived by the eye when light in the approximate wavelength range 740--620 nanometres falls on the retina. Red is the complementary colour of cyan and forms a set of primary colours with blue and green
2. red cloth or clothing
3. a red ball in snooker, billiards, etc.
4. (in roulette and other gambling games) one of two colours on which players may place even bets, the other being black
5. Archery a red ring on a target, between the blue and the gold, scoring seven points
6. of the colour red
7. reddish in colour or having parts or marks that are reddish
8. (of wine) made from black grapes and coloured by their skins

Red

Informal
1. Communist, Socialist, or Soviet
2. radical, leftist, or revolutionary
3. a member or supporter of a Communist or Socialist Party or a national of a state having such a government, esp the former Soviet Union
4. a radical, leftist, or revolutionary

What does it mean when you dream about the color red?

A color of vitality and energy, red symbolizes the heart and blood. Red can also represent the emotional state of anger or rage. This color also symbolizes profligacy, raciness, and the immorality of “fallen women” (e.g., Hester Prynne in The Scarlet Letter).

red

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(optics)
The hue evoked in an average observer by monochromatic radiation having a wavelength in the approximate range from 622 to 770 nanometers; however, the same sensation can be produced in a variety of other ways.

red

life-granting color; worn by brides and babies. [Asian Color Symbolism: Binder, 78]

Red

(Or "REDL") A language proposed by Intermetrics to meet the Ironman requirements which led to Ada.

["On the RED Language Submitted to the DoD", E.W. Dijkstra, SIGPLAN Notices 13(10):27 (Oct 1978)].

["RED Language Reference Manual", J. Nestor and M. van Deusen, Intermetrics 1979].
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Returning to the case of color, when someone claims, "the ball is red" it seems that there are two true things that this person might be taken as saying: 1) She is being appeared to redly. 2) There is some fact about the ball that is causing her to be appeared to redly.
It is unlikely that he would have looked at the sky to admire the sun as it retired to bed, blushing redly. Later the tiredness of the day would have exacted its toll.
The Nailfinity polishes, from left, in Pink Flame, Redly Nightshade or Wine Red, are pounds 5.50 each.
And it is at Rivendell that Elvish smiths reforge the shards of Narsil into the blade that Aragorn names Anduril: "Very bright was that sword when it was made whole again; the light of the sun shone redly in it, and the light of the moon shone cold, and its edge was hard and keen" (II.iii.290).
She has redly wished Michael and Niamh all the best for their future nuptials.
This redly made me question and debate whether or not we should go public with this," says Miles V.
Then, he continues, he met Smythe and "the lurid light of the volcano, I fondly thought was spent, threw itself once more dully and redly over all.
So, applied to a basic perceptual belief (sentence) p, for example, 'There is a red book before me', CRS says that p has its particular content (meaning) in virtue of its causal roles that include causal relations to sensory experience (being appeared to redly), (inferential) relations to other mental states and to behavior.