four-color

[fawr-kuhl-er, fohr-]
adjective Printing.
noting or pertaining to a process for reproducing colored illustrations in a close approximation to their original hues by photographing the artwork successively through magenta, cyan, and yellow color-absorbing filters to produce four plates that are printed successively with yellow, red, blue, and black inks.
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The four-color theorem in math is a particularly egregious case.
Hundreds of readers sent me copies of the map colored with only four colors,
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