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GREEN

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GREEN rate
(Abbreviation) Globally Responsible Environmental Efforts Now
Green rate
(Noun) a secondary colour that you get by mixing blue and yellow.
Usage: Look! that tree it's so green that my eyes hurt

green rate
(Noun) The part of the golf course surrounding the hole.
green rate
(Adjective) having no previous knowledge of something; having no experience.
Usage: It was obvious she was green at fishing, getting the hook caught on the seat of her pants.

green rate
(Noun) to color of most plants.
Green rate
(Noun) Color who in RGBs is 0-255-0, CMYKs, 100-0-100-0 and hexadecimals, 00FF00.
Usage: The car is green. Greens are beautiful colors.

green rate
color of most plants
green rate
(Noun) color on the ROY G BIV spectrum, also used as a synonym for nauseous.
Usage: I love your green shoes!
I can't come out and play, I'm feeling a little green today.

GREEN rate
(Abbreviation) Global Rivers Environmental Education Network
green rate
(Adjective) a color
Usage: the grass is green

green rate
(Noun) the color of grass.
green rate
(Adjective) colour
Usage: This website is green.

green rate
(Verb) a colour
green rate
(Noun) same colour as tree in the field
green rate
The color of trees and grass in summertime.
green rate
(Adjective) Inexperienced, callow.
Usage: The just-commissioned Second Lieutenant was understandably seen as green by more-experienced officers.

GREEN rate
(Abbreviation) Greater Richmond Environmental Education Network
green rate
(Adjective) envious
Usage: She was green with envy.

Green rate
(Noun) The opposite colour of red.
Usage: The green grass was cool to the touch.


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