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magenta

ma·gen·ta / məˈjentə/ • n. a light purplish red that is one of the primary subtractive colors, complementary to green. ∎  the dye fuchsin.

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magenta

magenta brilliant crimson aniline dye discovered soon after the battle (1859) at Magenta in N. Italy. XIX.

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magenta

magenta (mă-jen-tă) n. see fuchsin.

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magenta (dye)

magenta: see fuchsin.

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magenta

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