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colour supplement

Line breaks: col¦our sup|ple¦ment

Definition of colour supplement in English:

noun

British
A magazine printed in colour and issued with a newspaper, especially at weekends.
Example sentences
  • Back in 1962, the UK Sunday Times stopped being just a black and white newspaper and introduced a magazine-style colour supplement.
  • The Evening Press will be publishing a special colour supplement next Friday.
  • It became a prototype for the 1960s colour supplement, defining the look of the decade, influencing pop art and decades of style magazines.

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