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Your colour

Posted by Sharon M on December 09, 2005

I need to translate a passage, where there phrase "your colour" appears. The passage, involving two people discussing a bargain, is as follows:

Speaker 1: "I think we're going to have to go for this and use our feminine charm".

Speaker 2: "My feminine charms? !'llleave it your hands, your colour".

Can someone please tell me whether the phrase "your colour" is a common expression, and if so what does it mean? I tried to find it in online dictionaries, but to no avail. Your help will be appreciated.

~Sharon M.