colorful – ... 2 a: full of variety or interest
a colorful description
b: (of speech) RUDE, OFFENSIVE
… he had begun to gamble and use colorful language …
colorful – ... 2. Characterized by rich variety; vividly distinctive: colorful language.
colorful – ... 2. A colorful story is full of exciting details.
The story she told was certainly colorful, and extended over her life in England, Germany, and Spain.
3. A colorful character is a person who behaves in an interesting and amusing way.
Casey Stengel was probably the most colorful character in baseball. ...
colorful – ... 2. full of interest or variety; vivid ...
colorful – ... 2. richly eventful or picturesque
a colorful historical period
3. presenting or suggesting vivid or striking scenes
a colorful narrative
colorful – ... 2 Full of interest; lively and exciting.
‘a controversial and colourful character’ ...
2.1 Involving variously disreputable activities.
‘the financier had had a colourful career’ ...
2.2 (of language) vulgar or rude.
‘she made it clear, in colourful language, that she did not wish to talk to the police’
colourful, (US) colorful – ... b: (fig) (style of writing, account etc) farbig, anschaulich; (life, historical period) (bunt) bewegt; (personality) (bunt) schillernd;
his colorful past – seine bunte /or/ bewegte Vergangenheit;
c: (euph: = vulgar) (language) derb
colourful – farbenreich, farbenprächtig, farbenfreudig, (fig.) farbig, lebhaft