Decolour

decolor

[dee-kuhl-er]
verb (used with object)
to remove the color from; deprive of color; bleach.
Also, especially British, decolour.


Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English decolouren < Latin dēcolōrāre, equivalent to dē- de- + colōrāre to color

decoloration, noun
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decolour, decolorize or decolorise (diːˈkʌlə)
 
vb
(tr) to deprive of colour, as by bleaching
 
decolorize, decolorize or decolorise
 
vb
 
decolorise, decolorize or decolorise
 
vb
 
decolor'ation, decolorize or decolorise
 
n
 
decolori'zation, decolorize or decolorise
 
n
 
decolori'sation, decolorize or decolorise
 
n

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