English to Japanese Meaning :: purple

パープル紫の
Purple :
紫の
- 紫の
 

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Noun(1) a purple color or pigment(2) (in ancient Rome(3) (Roman Catholic Church
Verb(1) become purple(2) color purple
Adjective(1) of a color intermediate between red and blue(2) excessively elaborate or showily expressed(3) belonging to or befitting a supreme ruler

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(1) The broccoli now has a tiny purple flower head, so hopefully that will grow nicely and I can have some home grown!(2) he went purple with rage(3) Britain had long been a bolt-hole for pretenders to the imperial purple , and in times of crisis it had a history of seceding from the empire and looking after its own affairs.(4) The variety ÔÇÿWilliam IIIÔÇÖ has double, rich purple flowers and chocolate hips and rarely tops 1m tall.(5) The purple flowers have a golden centre and their silky-hairy texture adds an extra dimension to their appeal.(6) Bring the pan of water back to the boil and cook the linguini for three minutes - it will take on the purple colour.(7) Greens and reds are typically caused by oxygen, while purple and blue colours are caused by nitrogen.(8) it turned purple(9) This is a wonderful plant, very strong growing and with lovely dark purple flowers in July and August.(10) Garments incorporating the imperial purple were particularly valued, and at all times their sale and export was fiercely supervised.(11) Only a handful of adventurous souls opt for bubblegum pink, orange and purple .(12) Still in ancient times, but in Rome, do you remember the imperial purple worn so proudly by the Roman toffs.(13) We pass through pretty forests of birch and pine trees, moss covered rocks and a haze of blue and purple flowers.(14) I called one our maids, Andrea, to go and put the blue and purple flowers in the drawing room.(15) He also came across the purple flower, right, named Bougainvillea, that thrives in the hot climate.(16) Apart from the low ratio of glass to metal and the extremely tight overhang, the purple colour of the car was also added to make it more appealing to the youth.
Related Words
(1) dark purple ::
濃い紫色
(2) light purple ::
ライトパープル
(3) purple color ::
(4) the purple ::
パープル
(5) purple dye ::
紫色の染料
(6) purple-red ::
赤紫色
(7) purple silk ::
紫のシルク
Synonyms
Adjective
1. violet ::
バイオレット
2. purplish ::
紫がかりました
Noun
3. purpleness ::
purpleness
Verb
4. empurple ::
empurple
Different Forms
purple, purples
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

And he tried to deny it,
but his teeth were all purple.

And he tried to deny it, but his teeth were all PURPLE.

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 12


eyes blood red, skin purple.

eyes blood red, skin PURPLE.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 3


which takes it through a range
of colors. Purple, green, blue.

which takes it through a range of colors. Purple, green, blue.

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 4


Wild lemons on a purple field,
House Dalt of Lemonwood.

Wild lemons on a PURPLE field, House Dalt of Lemonwood.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 1


I don\'t care if Richard Feynman
was a purple leprechaun

I don't care if Richard Feynman was a PURPLE leprechaun

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 18


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