colored englannista suomeksi
värillinen, väritetty, värittynyt, värikäs
Having a color.
Having a particular color or kind of color.
Having prominent colors; colorful.
(quote-book)|publisher=(w)|location=(w)|oclc=589923087|year=1948|volume=3|page=1966|passage=Mr. Brewer gave me his version of the history of the Conference of Studio Unions. It appeared to me then and appears to me now to have been a very colored view.
(quote-book)|location=New York|isbn=0471376558|year=2001|page=93|passage=The organization's traditions and culture are inwardly focused. It is not conceivable that an alternative solution could exist. This results in a very colored view of the marketplace.
Of skin color other than white; in particular, black.
1898, William H. Chenery, ''The Fourteenth Regiment Rhode Island Heavy Artillery (colored) in the War to Preserve the Union, 1861-1865'', page 38:
- (..) a beautiful silk standard donated to the Third Battalion by the colored ladies of the city of New York, was formally presented to the battalion.
(quote-song)|url=https://archive.org/details/cowboyscoloredpe00wils|title=Cowboys & Colored People|passage=He made a smart remark about colored people and I got mad. I got mad because I like colored people. In fact, a colored lady raised me. Some of my best friends are colored people.
(quote-song)|title=Living for the City|year=1973|album=Innervisions|passage=To find a job is like a haystack needle / Because where he lives they don't use colored people
Designated for use by colored people (qualifier).
(RQ:Kerouac On the Road)
A colored (nonwhite) person.
2005, "Creed, OK", ''Carnivàle'' episode 17
- When a white fellow gets in the ring with an eight ball the eight ball's got no chance. You see, 'cause they call boxing the sweet science. And that's where your colored just runs into trouble. That's just that science part.Yeah, but Joe Louis is a big 'un.
A colored article of clothing.