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1Any of various shades of green typically used for or resembling the colour of army uniforms; especially a dark olive-green colour.
2informal In pluralinformal. Army fatigues; army uniform, especially that which is green in colour.
Of a shade of green typically used for or resembling the colour of army uniforms, especially a dark olive-green colour.
Early 20th century; earliest use found in The Newark Advocate. From army + green.
army green/ˌɑːmi ˈɡriːn/
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