Translation:Su color es negro.
Does this mean the color of his skin, or a color that suits him well, as in "Oh, wow, black is really your color"?
Why is it proper to use su rather than sus?
Because "color" is singular, not plural.
How do you know you're saying "His" and not "Her" or "Their" color is black?
Is this one of those times you can replace su with "el color de eĺ" or "el color de juan" if you wanted it to be less ambigious?
You will know who your talking to when you see them.
why is it wrong to use pintar,?
when you put the cursor next to the word a box comes up with the different spanish words and Pintar is one of them
Why put it there if its wrong?
Pintar is a verb meaning "to color" or "to paint"
"Él pinta" = he colors
"Su color" = his color
maybe the extra meanings are just there to help you remember the word better, or to distinguish it from other words similar words
Must be a brother of The Night's Watch.
Me writing colour was not a typo. cue indignant UK rage