Definition of Colour tube
1. Noun. A television tube that displays images in full color.
Group relationships: Color Television, Color Television System, Color Tv, Colour Television, Colour Television System, Colour Tv
Generic synonyms: Kinescope, Picture Tube, Television Tube
Specialized synonyms: Tricolor Television Tube, Tricolor Tube, Tricolour Television Tube, Tricolour Tube
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Literary usage of Colour tube
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1. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1905)
"After some trouble we introduced the colour tube into the tank, and dispensed with the heating jacket. For this we were obliged to let the water out of the ..."
2. The British Flower Garden: Containing Coloured Figures & Descriptions of the by Robert Sweet, Edwin Dalton Smith (1827)
"... much inflated at the mouth, hairy on the outside, of a dull reddish copper-colour, tube very slender towards the base: lobes scarcely acute, spreading, ..."
3. Papers on Mechanical and Physical Subjects by Osborne Reynolds, Arthur William Brightmore, William Henry Moorby (1901)
"12), which continually elongated until it became a very fine streak, contracting immediately on leaving the colour-tube, and extending all along the ..."
4. Report of the Annual Meeting (1901)
"After all initial disturbances had died out in the tank a colour band was introduced by bringing the colour tube to within about 3 inches of the centre of ..."
5. Paxton's Magazine of Botany, and Register of Flowering Plants by Sir Joseph Paxton (1849)
"Corolla of a deep rose colour ; tube long, curved, widening upward« ; U*b spreading, sub-equal, waved. Anthers sagittate, white. ..."
6. The Ladies Flower-garden of Ornamental Annuals by Loudon (Jane) (1842)
"Corolla of a fine rose colour; tube inflated. A native of St. Vincent's ; introduced in 1822. I. PILOSA, Sweet. ; syn. ..."