English - Turkish

  1. krom
  2. krom bileşiği
  3. kromat sarısı boya
  4. tabaklanmış deri
  5. kromat sarısı renk
  6. kromla kaplamak
  7. chrome green krom yeşili
  8. kromlamak Tekstil
  9. chrome steel kromlu çelik

English - English

  1. Another name for chromium when used to plate other metals
  2. The basic structural elements used in a graphical user interface, such as window frames and scroll bars, as opposed to the content
  3. To plate with chrome
  4. A shiny, hard gray white metal resistant to corrosion
  5. Piece entirely realized with the golg/chrome color for the fill-in
  6. A common term that describes the white markings of a horse
  7. A slang term meaning the color transparency used as the original copy
  8. another word for chromium when it is used in dyes or pigments
  9. Manipulate Traffic Signals by Remote Control
  10. another word for chromium when it is used in dyes or pigments treat with a chromium compound plate with chromium; "chrome bathroom fixtures
  11. To treat with a solution of potassium bichromate, as in dyeing
  12. Same as Chromium
  13. strong metal alloy used for making light weight dentures
  14. treat with a chromium compound
  15. plate with chromium; "chrome bathroom fixtures"
  16. A positive film image
  17. A color photographic transparency
  18. Any card after 1939 with a shiny paper surface The term is derived from Kodachrome
  19. Strength of a color as compared to how close it seems to neutral gray Also called depth, intensity, purity and saturation
  20. Chrome is metal plated with chromium. old-fashioned chrome taps. a type of hard shiny metal (chroma ( CHROMATIC); because of the green, red, and yellow colors of chromium compounds)
  21. plate with chromium; color with chrome fiil
  22. metallic chemical element isim
  23. Often confused with skin and theme The specific look and feel of a software's user interface Look refers to the overall appearance and colors, while feel refers to the functionality of elements such as buttons Also see skin and theme
  24. > A type of finish usually applied to parts of a camera It could be a matt or bright finish Generally, but not exclusively, found post 1945 Important on certain cameras, like Leica, which were often made in both chrome and black finishes
  25. A color transparency with a positive photographic image
  26. a term to measure colour transparency or saturation
  27. High-quality positive color film, ordinarily shot by professionals
  28. A positive transparent photographic image, also known as a color transparency
  29. A color transparency, usually referred to as a slide
  30. Strength of a colour as compared to how close it seems to neutral gray Also called depth, intensity, purity and saturation

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    Etymology: [ 'krOm ] (noun.) 1800. From chromium
    Synonyms: chromium
    Tenses: chromes, chroming, chromed
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