a star in an intermediate stage of evolution, characterized by a large volume, low surface temperature, and reddish hue.
a giant star towards the end of its life, with a relatively low temperature of 2000–4000 K, that emits red light
A giant star that has a relatively low surface temperature, giving it a reddish or orange hue. Red giants are non-main-sequence stars positioned in the upper right of the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram. They are not massive stars but rather late, expanded stages of lower-mass main-sequence stars that have exhausted the hydrogen in their core and are fusing their remaining hydrogen into helium in a luminous outer shell. The Sun is expected to become a red giant in about 5 billion years, expanding to 70 times its current size and bringing its surface extremely close to Earth’s present orbit. See more at star. See Note at dwarf star.
noun 1. a goatfish, Mullus auratus.
- Red goods
noun any food products that are consumed quickly and have a low profit margin Examples Coffee may be considered red goods.
noun 1. Sir Michael (Scudamore) [skuhd-uh-mawr,, -mohr,, skoo-duh-] /ˈskʌd əˌmɔr,, -ˌmoʊr,, ˈsku də-/ (Show IPA), 1908–85, English actor. noun 1. Lynn. 1944–2010, British stage and film actress. Her films include Georgy Girl (1966), The Happy Hooker (1975), and Gods and Monsters (1999) 2. her father, Sir Michael. 1908–85, British stage and film actor. Among his […]
noun 1. a grouse, Lagopus lagopus scoticus, of the British Isles, a subspecies of willow ptarmigan lacking white winter plumage. noun 1. a reddish-brown grouse, Lagopus scoticus, of upland moors of Great Britain: an important game bird