dye

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Englisch - Türkisch
boya

Tom Mary'nin saçını boyatıp boyatmadığını söyleyemedi. - Tom couldn't tell whether Mary dyed her hair or not.

Tom saçını boyamak istiyor. - Tom wants to dye his hair.

kumaş boyası
{f} boyamak

O, saçını kırmızıya boyamak istiyor. - She wants to dye her hair red.

Saçımı kırmızıya boyamak istiyorum. - I want to dye my hair red.

{i} saç boyası

Yağmur yağmaya başladığında, Mary'nin saç boyası alnına aktı. - When it started raining, Mary's hair dye ran down her forehead.

Ecza dolabında bir şişe siyah saç boyası gördüm. - I saw a bottle of black hair dye in the medicine cabinet.

{f} boyanmak
boya tutmak
boyanabilmek
boya maddesi

Tom her zaman satın aldığı yiyeceklerde boya maddesi olup olmadığını kontrol eder. - Tom always checks to verify that no dyes are in any food he buys.

dyed in the wool ham madde halinde boyanmış
huyları kökleşmiş
renk

Saçını boyamak için ne renk istersin? - What color do you want to dye your hair?

Ben saçımı o renk boyatmazdım. - I wouldn't have dyed my hair that color.

dyestuff boya ilacı
(Tekstil) 1. boya 2. boyamak
hakikî
doubledyed iyi boyanmış
yerleşmiş
boyayıcı madde
{i} boyama

Saçımı boyamayı seviyorum. - I like to dye my hair.

Tom, Mary'nin saçını boyamasına yardım etti. - Tom helped Mary dye her hair.

öz tamamıyle
dye absorption
boya emme
dye affinity
boyanabilirlik
dye affinity
boyanabilme
dye autoclave
basınçlı boyama aparatı
dye back
boya teknesi
dye back
boya kabı
dye base
boya bazı
dye bath
boya banyosu
dye beam
boya levendi
dye beck
boya kabı
dye beck
boya teknesi
dye bobbin
boyama bobini
dye by hand
elle boya
dye core
boyama bobini
dye feeding roller
boya merdanesi
dye liquor
boya banyosu
dye mordant
boya mordanı
dye padder
boya fuları
dye penetration
boyanın içe işlemesi
dye remover
boya çıkarıcı
dye retarder
boya geciktirici
dye solution
boya çözeltisi
dye tube
boya tüpü
dye tube
boya bobini
dye vessel
boya kabı
dye winch
boya haspeli
dye wood
boya ağacı
dye works
boyahane
dye yield
boya verimi
dye hair
saç boyamak
dye stuff
boya şeyler
dye vat
boya teknesi
dye fixing agent
(Tekstil) boya fiksaj maddesi
dye in the open vat
(Tekstil) açık kabda boyamak
dye in the size
(Tekstil) (to) aprede boyamak
dye penetration
(Tekstil) boya nüfuzu, boyanın içe işlemesi
dye stuff
boya maddesi
dye wessel
(Tekstil) boya kabı
toning dye
(Teknik,Tekstil) nüanslama boyası
acid dye
asit boya
acridine dye
akridin boyası
aniline dye
anilin boya
anthracene dye
antrasen boyası
anthraquinone dye
antrakinon boyası
azo dye
azo boyası
basic dye
bazik boya
cationic dye
katyonik boya
chrom dye
krom boyası
color with dye
boya ile renklendir
cyanine dye
siyanin boyası
diphenylmethane dye
difenilmetan boyası
disazo dye
disazo boya
disperse dye
dispers boya
dyed
{f} boya

Tom saçını koyu kahverengine boyadı. - Tom dyed his hair dark brown.

Saçını hiç boyadın mı? - Have you ever dyed your hair?

dyeing
boyacılık
dyeing
boyama

Ne zaman saçlarını boyamaya başladın? - When did you start dyeing your hair?

Okulun kıyafet kodu saçınızı doğal olmayan bir rengi boyamanızı yasaklıyor. - The school's dress code prohibits dyeing your hair a non-natural color.

fast dye
has boya
fast dye
solmaz boya
indigoid dye
indigoit boya
lac dye
lak boyası
lac-dye
lak boyası
leuco dye
löko boya
leuco vat dye
löko küp boya
levelling dye
düzgün boyayan boya
mordant dye
mordan boyası
naphthol dye
naftol boyası
nitroso dye
nitro boyası
stock dye
ana boya
thiazine dye
tiyazin boysı
vat dye
tekne boyası
vat dye
küp boyası
vegetable dye
bitkisel boya
yarn dye
yün boyası
cotton dye
pamuk boya
dip-dye
(Tekstil) Kumaşı hazırlanmış karışıma daldırarak boyamak
double dye
Çift boya
lac dye
reçineli boya
of deepest dye
En derin boya
oxidation dye
oksidasyon boyası
piece-dye
Dokunduktan ya da örüldükten sonra boyamak
squaraine dye
squaraine boya
stilbene dye
stilben boyası
tie and dye
Batık, kumaş katlandıktan ve iple sıkıca bağlandıktan sonra boyaya batırılarak üzerinde desen elde etme tekniği
tie dye
(Tekstil) Batık, kumaş katlandıktan ve iple sıkıca bağlandıktan sonra boyaya batırılarak üzerinde desen elde etme tekniği
white dye
beyaz boya
yarn dye
(Tekstil) Pamuk ipliği boyası
absorptive power for dye stuff
(Tekstil) boyayı emme gücü
acid dye
(Tekstil) asitli boya ( asitli boyar madde )
acid dye stuff
(Tekstil) asitli boya ( asitli boyar madde )
alizarin dye
(Tekstil) alizarin boyası
azoic dye
(Tekstil) azoik boya
cellulosic dye
selülozik boya
chrome dye
krom boyası
cochineal dye
kırmız
congo dye
kongo boyası
direct dye
(Tekstil) doğrudan boyama
disazo dye
(Tekstil) dizaso boya
dyed
boyalı

Onun saçı boyalı görünmüyor. - Her hair didn't look dyed.

dyeing
(Tekstil) boyama bobini
dyeing
boyan/boya
dyeing
{i} boyanma
earth dye
toprak boya
fugitive dye
uçucu boya
jones dye test
(Tıp) jones boya testi
leveling dye
muntazam boyayan boya
leveling dye
düzgün boyayan boya
levelling dye
(Tekstil) muntazam boyayan boya
napthol dye
(Tekstil) naftol boyası
nitro dye
(Tekstil) nitro boyası
nitroso dye
(Tekstil) nitrozo boyası
padding dye
(Tekstil) fularlama boyası
penetrating power of the dye
(Tekstil) boyama gücü
penetrating power of the dye
(Teknik,Tekstil) boyanın nüfuz etme gücü
phthalocyanine dye
(Tekstil) ftalosiyanin boyası
radiochromic dye dosimetry system
(Nükleer Bilimler) radyokromik boya doz ölçüm sistemi
radiochromic dye system
(Nükleer Bilimler) radyasyonla renklenen boya sistemi
re dye
yeniden boyamak
shading dye
(Tekstil) nüanslama boyası, tonlama boyası
solution of aniline dye
(Tekstil) anilin boyası eriyiği
spiral dye back
(Tekstil) spiral boya kabı
stilben dye
(Tekstil) stilben boyası
toning dye
(Tekstil) tonlama boyası; nüanslama boyası
triphenylmethane dye
(Tekstil) trifenilmetan boyası
Englisch - Englisch
A colourant, especially one that has an affinity to the substrate to which it is applied
to colour with dye
Alternative spelling of die

If a dye were marked with one figure or number of spots on four sides, and with another figure or number of spots on the two remaining sides, it would be more probable, that the former would turn up than the latter ;.

fabrics or hair color with dye; "Please dye these shoes
A colored substance (which is soluble) that is added to ink, paper and textiles Generally speaking, dye colors are not permanent enough to be used for fine-art applications where long-term lightfastness is required Scrapbookers usually prefer pigment-based inks for use in their albums
{n} coloring matter, tinge, color
{v} to tinge, color give a different color
To stain; to color; to give a new and permanent color to, as by the application of dyestuffs
a colorant, usually transparent, which is soluble in the application medium
{i} coloring, pigment, tint
A soluble or insoluble coloring matter; can be direct, disperse, or fiber-reactive dyes, imparting a new and often permanent color to something
A soluble colorant (as opposed to pigments, which are insoluble) Dyes are capable of producing brighter colors than pigments, but are less stable and less resistant to fading over time
{f} color, stain, tint
A colorant with the ability to be dissolved in a liquid Vegetable-based dyes are often used for non-outdoor-durable inks for large-format inkjets
color with dye; "Please dye these shoes"
A radiopaque substance used during an X-ray exam to provide contrast in the different tissues and organs "Dye" usually refers to the contrast media given intravenously
A colorant that becomes molecularly dispersed at some point during application to fiber and exhibits some degree of permanence There are many application classes of dyes, including acid dyes, disperse dyes, reactive dyes, and natural dyes Dyes may be generally divided into natural and synthetic types Natural dyes are obtained from berries, flowers, roots, bark and more Synthetic dyes are chemical compounds
Dye is a substance made from plants or chemicals which is mixed into a liquid and used to change the colour of something such as cloth or hair. bottles of hair dye. to give something a different colour using a dye dye sth black/blue/blonde etc. Any of a class of intensely coloured complex organic compounds used to colour textiles, leather, paper, and other materials. Dyes known to the ancients came from plants such as indigo and madder (see madder family) or from the shells of mollusks; today most dyes are made from coal tar and petrochemicals. The chemical structure of dyes is relatively easy to modify, so many new colours and types of dyes have been synthesized. Dye molecules are deposited from solution onto materials in such a way that they cannot be removed by the original solvent. Fibre-reactive dyes form a covalent bond with the fibre. Other dyes require prior application of a mordant, an inorganic material that causes the dye to precipitate as an insoluble salt. Another technique is vat dyeing, in which a soluble colourless compound is absorbed by the fibres, then oxidized (see oxidation-reduction) to the insoluble coloured compound, making it remarkably resistant to the fading effects of washing, light, and chemicals. See also azo dye
If you dye something such as hair or cloth, you change its colour by soaking it in a special liquid. The women prepared, spun and dyed the wool
a die
A soluble colorant Dyes are typically less stable than pigment colorants, but they can produce a greater, more vivid, color gamut
color, as in: I think I will dye my hair a lighter shade
Material used for dyeing; a dyestuff
a usually soluble substance for staining or coloring e
A soluble colorant; as opposed to pigment, which is insoluble
A radiopaque substance used during an X-ray exam to provide contrast in the different tissues and organs "Dye"usually refers to the contrast media given intravenously
Same as Die, a lot
One of the colorants used in all types of ink They dissolve in the solvent base used for that particular ink (water, alcohol ), as opposed to pigment
A color that is absorbed into a plastic lens
a usually soluble substance for staining or coloring e g fabrics or hair
Color produced by dyeing
A chemical coloring agent which is soluble in its target resin Upon solubility, the dye's micromolecular size determines its high color strength
dye in the wool
To dye woolen fibers before they are spun into thread

Therefore, it will be seen that it is easier and a timesaver to dye-in-the-wool..

dye pack
A hidden explosive device with an mass of distinctive paint, intended to stain stolen goods like paper money to make them too distinctive to use without being identified
dye house
place wherein dyeing is carried out
dye lot
A set of numbers and/or letters given to a particular batch of wallpaper rolls printed at the same time Each time a new ink or different batch is printed, the dye-lot number will change BACK TO TOP
dye lot
A quantity of carpet dyed at one time or made from yarn dyed at one time which is consistent in color throughout the fabric Dye lot size varies with dye method and the capacity of dyeing equipment
dye lot
Because fabrics are dyed in varying quantities of yardage, consistency of color will vary Therefore there will be differences in color from bolt to bolt
dye stuff
dye, coloring agent
dye works
workshop where dyeing is carried out
dye-works
factory that dyes fabrics
dye-works
a workshop where dyeing is done
azo dye
any of a large number of yellow to red synthetic dyes that contain an azo or diimide (-N=N-) functional group
dyed
Simple past tense and past participle of dye
dyed
Coloured or tinted with dye
hair dye
Any of various materials used to dye hair on the head
purple dye murex
a species of medium-sized predatory sea snail, Haustellum brandaris, which secrets a substance that can be used to make a long-lasting purple dye- Tyrian purple
purple dye murices
plural form of purple dye murex
re-dye
to dye again
tie-dye
To tie strings around (fabric or clothing) and then dye it, in such a manner that the tied parts do not get colored
tie-dye
A shirt that has been tie-dyed

I threw on jeans and a tie-dye and went to the concert.

xanthene dye
Any of a group of brilliant fluorescent yellow to pink to bluish red dyes characterized by the presence of the xanthene nucleus, known sometimes in colorless as well as colored forms, and used chiefly in dyeing textile fibers, in coloring paper, in producing fluorescent effects, and as organic pigments
piece-dye
dye after weaving
dyeing
{n} the art of coloring
dyeing
{a} coloring
piece-dye
Dye after weaving or knitting
squaraine dye
(Kimya) Squaraine Dyes are a class of organic dyes which posses very intense fluorescence spectra in the near infrared region. (excitation are typically around 620nm and fluorescence are typically upward of 660-670nm for aniline derivatives). They are typically encumbered by nucleophilic attack of the central squaric acid derivative which is highly electron deficient. This encumbrance can be attenuated by the formation of a rotaxane around the dye to protect it from nucleophiles. They are currently used as sensors for ions and have recently, with the advent of protected squanaine derivatives, been exploited in biomedical imaging
tie and dye
(Tekstil) A hand method of producing patterns in textiles by tying portions of the fabric or yarn so that they will not absorb the dye
tie dye
(Tekstil) A hand method of producing patterns in textiles by tying portions of the fabric or yarn so that they will not absorb the dye
acid dye
dye in which the chromophore is part of a negative ion
acid dye
dye from acidic solution
aniline dye
synthetic dyestuff made from coal tar or its derivatives
aniline dye
any of many dyes made from aniline
aniline dye
A synthetic dye made from coal tar In the early 1900's it was banned in Persia because the dyes were not colorfast
aniline dye
– translucent dyes which do not camouflage marks, but color the hide and bring out the natural character of the leather, much like a stain on wood
aniline dye
A synthetic tinting medium made from coal-tar products, which can be dissolved in water or alcohol and used to change the color of wood
azine dye
Any of various dyes derived from phenazine
azo dye
Any of various red, brown, or yellow acidic or basic dyes derived from amino compounds. Any of a large class of synthetic organic compounds, dyes containing two nitrogen atoms joined by a double bond (see bonding, covalent bond) in the form NN as part of their molecular structure. More than half the dyes in commercial use are azo dyes. They are usually classed according to the fibres for which they are useful or the methods by which they are applied; direct dyes are absorbed from solution by the fibres, but others require a second solution (a mordant) or a second step before the colour is fast
azo dye
any dye containing one or more azo groups
basic dye
dye in which the chromophore are part of a positive ion
cochineal dye
{i} red dye made from the crushed dried bodies of a female cochineal insect and used for food coloring and fabric dye
cyanine dye
any of a class of dyes containing a -CH= group linking two nitrogen-containing heterocyclic rings; used as sensitizers in photography
deep-dye
die thoroughly
direct dye
dye with a high affinity for cellulose fibers cotton or rayon etc
double dye
dye twice
dyed
past of dye
dyed
(used of color) artificially produced; not natural; "a bleached blonde"
dyeing
{i} coloring, staining, tinting
dyeing
The process or art of fixing coloring matters permanently and uniformly in the fibers of wool, cotton, etc
dyeing
the use of dye to change the color of something permanently
dyeing
{s} expiring, terminally ill, on death's door, near death, moribund
dyeing
Applying color to the surface of a gem, thus making worthless material look more attractive This is not an accepted practice, and it is merely a cosmetic treatment
dyeing
Uniform coloring of a textile surface
dyeing
A process of coloring fibers or fabrics with either natural or synthetic dyes Dyes differ in their resistance to sunlight, perspiration, washing, gas, alkali, dust etc , their effectiveness on different fibers, their reaction to cleaning agents, their solubility and method of application
dyeing
present participle of dye
dyeing
Method used to impart color to textiles It involves the use of complet organic or chemical dyestuffs, which under proper conditions will actually combine with the textile fibers There are many ways fabric can be dyed
dyeing
changing the color of, as in: Dyeing wool, linen, and cotton is an ancient art
dyeing
The process of adding color to textiles in either fiber, yarn or fabric form
dyeing
The process of applying a comparatively permanent color to fiber, yarn or fabric by immersing in a bath of dye
dyeing
Colour is given to an entire leather surface or to parts of a design
dyeing
The permanent application of color to a yarn or fabric
dyes
(noun) A class of materials used to render color to inks As opposed to pigments, dyes are normally completely dissolved in the chemical vehicle
dyes
A water-soluble, transparent coloring agent that saturates and bonds with the fiber of the cloth Dyes are different from paints because they bond with the fabric and have no hand (the feel when touched in your hand), unlike the paints which lay on top of the fabric and do have hand
dyes
Any type of colorant that transfers color by dissolving in a solution There are natural dyes, from plants such as beet root or walnut husk, and synthetic dyes Colorants with names like "FD&C Red" are dyes that are approved for use in Foods, Drugs and Cosmetics There are a limited number of dyes approved for use in cosmetics; some are natural, although most are synthetic
fast dye
dye with fast colors; "These shirts should be fast-dyed"
fast dye
dye with fast colors; "These shirts should be fast-dyed
hair dye
a dye or tint for the hair
hand dye
dye by hand; "This fabric is hand-dyed
lac dye
scarlet dye like cochineal; extracted with alkali from stick lac
metallized dye
acid dye in which the negative ion contains a chelated metal atom
radiopaque dye
dye that does not allow the passage of X rays or other radiation; used to outline certain organs during X-ray examination
tie dye
dye after knotting the fabric to produce an irregular pattern; "The flower children tie-dye their T-shirts
tie dye
{i} piece of fabric or clothing that has been dyed with the tie-dyeing process
tie-dye
If a piece of cloth or a garment is tie-dyed, it is tied in knots and then put into dye, so that some parts become more deeply coloured than others. He wore a T-shirt that had been tie-dyed in bright colours I bought a great tie-dyed silk scarf
tie-dye
A tie-dye is a garment or piece of cloth that has been tie-dyed. They wore tie-dyes and ponchos. a hideous tie-dye shirt. to make a pattern on a piece of material by tying string around it and colouring it with dye (=coloured liquid)
vat dye
a dye that is applied by reducing the dye to a base-soluble form, applying the dye, then regenerating the insoluble dye by oxidation in the material; used for dyeing cotton
dye

    Türkische aussprache

    day

    Aussprache

    /ˈdī/ /ˈdaɪ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'dI ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English deie, from Old English dēag (“color, hue, dye”), from Proto-Germanic *daugō (“colour, shade”), from *dauganan, *dug- (“to conceal, be dark”), from Proto-Indo-European *dheuk-, *dhouk- (“to be hidden”), from Proto-Indo-European *dhūw- (“to smoke, raise dust, camouflage”). Cognate with Old High German tougan (“dark, secretive”), tougal (“dark, hidden, covert”), Old English dēagol, dīegle (“dark, hidden, secret”), Old English dohs, dox (“dusky, dark”). See dusk.

    Tempora

    dyes, dying, dyed

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