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chromo

[kroh-moh] /ˈkroʊ moʊ/
noun, plural chromos.
Origin of chromo
by shortening; cf. -o

chromo-

1.
variant of chrom- before a consonant:
chromophore.
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Examples from the web for chromo
  • Bounded edges and rubberized backing, along with special chromo jet printing increases both color durability and rug longevity.
  • Hence two quarks in a meson are connected by this gluon-chromo-flux tube.
British Dictionary definitions for chromo

chromo

/ˈkrəʊməʊ/
noun (pl) -mos
1.
short for chromolithograph

chromo-

combining form
1.
indicating colour, coloured, or pigment: chromogen
2.
indicating chromium: chromyl
Word Origin
from Greek khrōma colour
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chromo in Medicine

chromo- or chrom-
pref.
Color: chromogenesis.

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