Definition of red-brown in English:

red-brown

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noun

A brown colour tinged with red: loosely woven curtains of a homey red-brown [as modifier]: a woman with a shock of red-brown hair stood next to me
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  • He frequently made curry for himself: dark red-brown and yellow-green curries with so much spice and heat that they ate through the glaze on our regular dishes.
  • In the left panel, a red-brown ravine in the foreground, and purple mountains rising in the background against a bright pink sky, suggest the rugged terrain of the American West.
  • Melanin, which provides a range of colors from gray to black, buff to red-brown and brown, provides camouflage for many birds and display colors for others.

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