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deep-coloured

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Definition of deep-coloured in English:

adjective

Of a dark and intense colour or shade: deep-coloured wines
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  • It needs plenty of sunshine to ripen the skin and make deep-coloured wine.
  • It produces small quantities of very small berries in the Douro valley and, increasingly, the Portuguese Dāo region which result in deep-coloured, very tannic, concentrated wines.
  • Deep-coloured nail enamel is suitable for use with thin hands having big joints.

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