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red

Of or relating to a firm or the operations of a firm that are deemed unprofitable. The term derives from the color of ink used to show losses on financial statements. Compare black.
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During partial eclipses, the moon gets darker and redder.
Her services she redder for the university since 1987 was full of dedication that would be remembered till all days in future, he maintained.
The new product is redder and significantly stronger in tint than the existing orange 34H1003 grade, enabling Rockwood to extend its color range further into the red-shade area of the challenging yellow to orange color space.
As government ministers make their announcements, he has a tendency of shaking his head rapidly, getting redder in the face as he shouts them down.
Much redder than he is in the photograph on the poster.
On average, whole wheat flour prepared from immature grain was darker and redder in color than the flour obtained from mature grain.
Even more significantly, I had stopped perspiring and was getting progressively redder and redder.
Holliday says that three new additions to its Premier and Prestige ranges offer "a slightly redder shade of blue" than its existing grades.
Three new additions to Holliday's Preinier and Prestige ranges are slightly redder than the previous grades.
He said: "Getting a knock on the door from an inquiry officer just as the results are being announced could mean you are left with a hefty fine, the risk of prosecution, and a face redder than a heavily suntanned Simon Cowell.
Girls really do prefer pink - or at least a redder shade of blue, new research has shown.
This chicken-and-the-egg quandary doesn't belie the fact that auto interiors are getting redder and orangey these days and that we're likely to see home interiors taking on the same color palettes ahead.