What Is the Difference between Gray and Grey?

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The difference between grey and gray is that grey is a colour intermediate between white and black that has no hue, transmits and reflects only little light while gray is also a colour between black and white but has a neutral hue. Grey is the British way of spelling while gray is the American standard.
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Gray is a color. Grey is a colour. (It's just another example of American English vs. British English.) Embed Quote
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Answer The spelling, one refers to clothes the other hair. (This is absolutely not correctly, see sentence below). they are equivilant to each other in meaning but British English
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They are two different spellings for the same word.
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Hi, Jordan, They are both the color name between the black and the white. No difference as far as the color itself is concerned. The difference is that grEy is used primarily in
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