Colorblind ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Colorblind ( adjective )

  1. Unable to distinguish certain colors or shades of color, due to a deficiency in the color receptors of the eye or the brain.
  2. Unable to perceive differences in skin color or race.
  3. Unconsciously or consciously insensitive to the experiences and perspectives of people from different racial or ethnic backgrounds.

Origin:

The term colorblind is derived from the late 19th century and it refers to the physical inability to perceive certain colors or shades of color.

Examples:

  1. He was colorblind, so he had trouble distinguishing between different shades of green.
  2. Many people assume that racism is a thing of the past, but in reality, we still live in a colorblind society.
  3. The company has been criticized for its colorblind hiring practices, which don't take into account the diversity of its workforce.
  4. The colorblindness test is a test that determines whether a person is colorblind or not.
  5. The colorblindness test is typically administered by an ophthalmologist or an optometrist.

(As a noun)

Colorblind ( noun )

  1. Unable to distinguish certain colors or shades of color, due to a deficiency in the color receptors of the eye or the brain.
  2. Unable to perceive differences in skin color or race.
  3. Unconsciously or consciously insensitive to the experiences and perspectives of people from different racial or ethnic backgrounds.

Origin:

The term colorblind is derived from the late 19th century and it refers to the physical inability to perceive certain colors or shades of color.

Examples:

  1. He was colorblind, so he had trouble distinguishing between different shades of green.
  2. Many people assume that racism is a thing of the past, but in reality, we still live in a colorblind society.
  3. The company has been criticized for its colorblind hiring practices, which don't take into account the diversity of its workforce.
  4. The colorblindness test is a test that determines whether a person is colorblind or not.
  5. The colorblindness test is typically administered by an ophthalmologist or an optometrist.
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