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Pink is a pale red color.
Pink, Pinks, or Pink's may also refer to:
- "Pink" (song), by Aerosmith
- Pinks, a racing show
- Pink TV (France), a gay-oriented channel
- Pink TV (US), a pornography channel
- RTV Pink, a Serbian network
- "Colours – Pink", an episode of Teletubbies
- Pink (2011 film), a 2011 Korean film
- Pink (2016 film), a 2016 Indian film
- Pink, a film at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival
- A character in Pink Floyd – The Wall
- Pink (business magazine), for women
- Pink (LGBT magazine), for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people
- Microsoft Kin, a mobile phone line (originally codenamed Project Pink)
- Taligent, an Apple/IBM software project
- Pink, Mazandaran Province, Iran
- Pink, Kentucky, unincorporated community
- Pink, Oklahoma, town
- Pink, West Virginia, unincorporated community
- Mountbatten pink, a camouflage colour applied to British ships during World War Two
- "The Pink" or "The Carnation", a German fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm
- Pink (surname), and people with the name
- Pink, a common name for a flower of the genus Dianthus
- Pink (novel), by Gus Van Sant
- Pink (ship), a type of watercraft
- Pink (courier service), a social project
- PINK!, the youth wing of the Dutch political party Party for the Animals
- Acrodynia, also known as "Pink's Disease"
- Pink's Hot Dogs, a restaurant
- Pink, a fictional character from the web series Dick Figures
- Pinko, a communist sympathizer
- Pinks, the name for red coats traditionally worn in fox hunting
- Thomas Pink, a chain of clothing stores
- Pink (Victoria's Secret), lingerie line by Victoria's Secret
- P.i.n.k Vodka, a Dutch vodka
- PINK, a brand of pink-colored fiberglass insulation made by Owens Corning.
- U-47700, a synthetic opioid drug commonly called "pink"
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