See also: blue-green

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blue green (countable and uncountable, plural blue greens)

  1. A bluish green colour.
    blue green:  
  2. (politics) An ecocapitalist; a person concerned with ecocapitalism.
  3. A blue-green alga.
    • 2012, Caspar Henderson, The Book of Barely Imagined Beings, page 287:
      Blue-greens were the principal primary producers throughout the Proterozoic eon from 2.5 billion to 543 million years ago.

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blue green (not comparable)

  1. Alternative form of blue-green
    1. Of a bluish green colour.
    2. (politics) Synonym of ecocapitalist; Pertaining to ecocapitalism

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