color taste n.
A form of synesthesia in which taste and color sense are associated and stimulation of either also induces a subjective sensation on the part of the other. Also called pseudogeusesthesia.
noun, Optics, Photography. 1. a temperature defined in terms of the temperature of a black body at which it emits light of a specified spectral distribution: used to specify the color of a light source.
- Color therapy
noun a system of alternative medicine in which colors and their energy frequencies are used to correct psychological or physical imbalances; also called chromopathy , chromotherapy , color healing Examples Color therapy often is a form of chakra healing, correcting color imbalances.
noun 1. a positive color image photographically produced on transparent film or glass and viewed by transmitted light, usually by projection.
noun 1. See under (def 1a). noun 1. Art. 2. . complementary color A secondary color that, when combined with the primary color whose wavelength it does not contain, produces white light. Thus yellow, which is produced by mixing the primary colors red and green, is the complementary color of blue. See Note at color.
[koh-lon-uh-skohp, kuh-] /koʊˈlɒn əˌskoʊp, kə-/ noun, Medicine/Medical. 1. a flexible, lighted, tubular instrument using fiber optics to permit visualization of the . /kəˈlɒnəˌskəʊp/ noun 1. an instrument for examining the colon, consisting of a flexible lighted tube that is inserted in the colon to look for abnormalities and to remove them or take tissue samples […]