Translation of "ганзенскый желтый" into English

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ганзенскый желтый adjective Declension
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Hansa yellow (Chemistry)


А желтый? And the yellow one?
Я возьму желтый. I'll take the yellow one.
Тот желтый свитер стоит в два раза больше чем этот синий. That yellow sweater costs twice as much as this blue one.
Деля грязную деревянную хижину с другими носильщиками, он встает каждый день в два часа ночи, потому что сера не перестает вытекать по ночам, когда ее характерный желтый цвет превращается в голубой и блестит среди мрака. Sharing a filthy wooden hut with other porters, he gets up every day at two in the morning because the sulphur doesn't stop flowing at night, when its characteristic yellow colour turns blue and it glows in the dark.
Желтый. Yellow.

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