gray

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} ağarmak
ağartmak
{i} gri

Babamın mavi gri bir kravatı var. - My father has a blue and gray tie.

Babamın başı grileşti. - My father's head has turned gray.

{s} boz

Bozkurt, beni yeme, senin için bir şarkı söylerim. - Don't eat me, gray wolf, I'll sing a song for you.

{s} sıkıntılı
(Aİ) bkz.grey
silikleştirmek
(isim) gri
{s} kır

Tom gri bir takım elbise giyiyordu ve kırmızı bir kravat takıyordu. - Tom was wearing a gray suit and a red tie.

O kır saçlı adam Tom'un babası. - That gray-haired man is Tom's father.

(to) silikleştirmek
(Nükleer Bilimler) (reactor technology) gri
{f} beyazlaşmak
{s} kapalı
(Nükleer Bilimler) (Gy) gray
{s} kırlaşmış
{s} külrengi
s., i. gri
{f} kırlaşmak
beyazlamış
gray
silik
griye
griden
grisi
grey
ağartmak
grey
{f} ağarmak
grey
{i} gri

Onun hakkında her şey griydi. - Everything about him was grey.

Gri çeviriler dolaylı çevirilerdir. Diğer bir deyişle, onlar çevirilerin çevirileridir, ve ana cümlenin çevirileri değil ( ana cümle büyük harflerle yazılmış cümledir). - Grey translations are indirect translations. In other words, they are translations of the translations, and not translations of the main sentence (the main sentence is the sentence in big letters).

gray squirrel
(Ticaret) Boz sincap
gray crow
kuzgun
gray matter
beyin
gray cast iron
(Otomotiv) pik döküm
gray cast iron
(Mekanik) kir dökme demir
gray cast iron
gri dökme demir
gray heron
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) gri balıkçıl
gray level
gri düzey
gray market
(Ticaret) gri piyasa
gray partridge
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) çilkeklik
gray scale
(Bilgisayar) gri tonlamalı
gray sea eagle
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) deniz kartalı
gray alder
gri çam
gray birch
amerikan kayın ağacı
gray code
gray kodu
gray dust
gri toz
gray flounder
gri dil balığı
gray fox
gri tilki
gray hen
dişi keklik
gray jay
alakarga
gray partridge
gri keklik
gray sea eagle
gri deniz kartalı
gray sole
gri dilbalığı
gray substance
gri cevher
gray whale
gri balina
gray wolf
gri kurt
gray area
Gri alan, ne siyah, ne beyaz olan, üzerinde kararsız kalınan alan, konu ve şaire
gray asa asa yoelson randolph asa philip
gri asa asa yoelson Randolph asa philip
gray cast iron
(Mühendislik) kır dökme demir
gray cat club
gri kedi club
gray goo
grey goo
gray mullet
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Kefal: Kefalgillerden, orta büyüklükte, çok pullu, kut başlı, gümüş renkte, beyaz etli bir balık (Mugil cephalus)
gray scale scanner
gri skala tarayıcı
gray water
Atık su
gray / grayed
(for a command) silik / silikleştirilmiş
gray body
(Gıda) gri cisim
gray bream
(Gıda) karagöz balığı
gray crow
gri karga
gray dwarf hamster
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) gri hamster
gray dwarf hamster
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) cüce avurtlak
gray gradient
(Bilgisayar) gri geçişi
gray haired
kır saçlı
gray headed
kır saçlı
gray headed man
yaşlı adam
gray iron
yumuşak dökme demir
gray iron
gri demir
gray matter
akıl
gray matter
(Anatomi) boz madde
gray matter
zekâ
gray matter
beynin merkezindeki gri yapı
gray mullet
paçuz
gray mullet
kefal
gray reef shark
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) gri resif köpekbalığı
gray scale
Gri ölçek
gray shading
Gri tonlama
gray syndrome
(Tıp) grey sendromu
gray text
(Bilgisayar) gri metin
gray tone image
gri tonlamali imge
gray tone image
gri tonlamalı imge
gray whale
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) boz balina
gray with white fill
(Bilgisayar) beyaz dolgulu gri
gray/grayed
(Bilgisayar) silikleştirilmiş
great gray kangaroo
büyük gri kanguru
great gray owl
büyük gri baykuş
grey
{s} kır
grey
(Sanat) çal
soft gray
(Bilgisayar) gri
african gray
afrika grisi
back gray
astar
binary to gray code conversion
ikili gray kod dönüşümü
dapple gray
alaca kırı
grayish
gri
grey
(yüz) soluk
grey
sıkıcı
grey
külrengi
grey
hareketsiz
grey
bembeyaz
grey
(saç) kır
grey
ağarmış
grey
sönük
grey
kır saçlı
grey
(saç) kırlaşmak
iron gray
demir kırı rengi
silver gray
gümüş rengi
tattletale gray
kirli beyaz
brownish-gray
kahverengine kaçan gri
dapple gray
alaca kır
dapple-gray
alaca kır renkli
dove gray
güvercin grisi
duck duck gray duck
(Oyunlar) 'Yağ satarım, bal satarım' oyunu
earl gray
Earl Grey
grayed
gri
greyed
silik
greyer
grayer
pluck out one´s gray hairs
beyaz saç tellerini koparmak
small bluish gray heron of the western hemisphere
Batı yarımkürenin küçük mavimsi gri balıkçıl
whitish gray
beyaza kaçan gri
back gray
(Tekstil) astar, baskı astarı
binary to gray code conversion
ikili-gray kod dönüşümü
brindled gray wolf
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) benekli gri kurt
go gray
ağarmak
graying
ağaran
graying
silikleşme, silikleştirme
grayish
bozca
grayish
kır
grayish
{s} grimsi
grayish
{s} küllü
grayness
{i} grilik
grayness
{i} darlık
grayness
{i} sıkıntı
grayness
kır
grey
{i} kurşuni renk
grey
s., i., bak. gray
grey
sıkıntılı/kır saçlı/gri
grey
gri renk

Senin kedilerinin hepsi gri renkli. - All of your cats are grey.

grey
{f} kırlaşmak
grey
kırlaştırmak
grey
kırlaş/kırlaştır
grey
{s} kırlaşmış
grey
kapalı
grey
sıkıntılı
grey
boz
grey
{f} beyazlamak
greying
{s} beyazlayan
greying
ağaran
greyish
kır
greyish
küllü
greyish
grimsi
greyness
grilik
greyness
{i} darlık
greyness
{i} sıkıntı
i'm looking for something in gray
gri bir şey arıyorum
iron gray
demirkırı
lesser gray shrike
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) karaalınlı örümekkuşu
medium gray
(Bilgisayar) orta gri
pearl gray
(Tekstil) açık gümüşi ( inci rengi )
pluck out one's gray
beyaz saç tellerini koparmak
pluck out one's gray hairs
beyaz saç tellerini koparmak
slate gray
barut rengi
slate gray
kurşun mavisi
take on a gray colour
bozarmak
turn gray
kırlaşmak
turn gray
ağarmak
turning gray
ağarma
İngilizce - İngilizce
A surname; originally a nickname for someone with a gray beard or hair
grey; an achromatic colour

gray colour:.

In the International System of Units, the derived unit of absorbed dose of radiation (radiation absorbed by a patient); one joule of energy absorbed per kilogram of the patient's mass. Symbol: Gy
To become gray or cause to become gray

My hair is beginning to gray.

grey

It's a legal grey area. - It's a legal gray area.

A penny with a tail on both sides, used for cheating. (Reference: Sidney J. Baker, The Australian Language, second edition, 1966, chapter XI section 3, page 243.)
an extraterrestrial creature with gray skin, bulbous black eyes, and an enlarged head
{a} hoary, white mixed with black
an English surname; a nickname for someone with a gray beard or hair
Unit of absorbed dose due to any type of radiation An exposure to 1 gray results from radiation depositing one joule per kilogram of animal tissue or any other material
darkened with overcast; "a dark day"; "a dull sky"; "a gray rainy afternoon"; "gray clouds"; "the sky was leaden and thick"
White mixed with black, as the color of pepper and salt, or of ashes, or of hair whitened by age; sometimes, a dark mixed color; as, the soft gray eye of a dove
horse of a light grey or whitish color gray clothing; "he was dressed in gray"
Delenglish | adronato
intermediate in character or position; "a gray area between clearly legal and strictly illegal"
English poet best known for his elegy written in a country church-yard (1716-1771)
United States botanist who specialized in North American flora and who was an early supporter of Darwin's theories of evolution (1810-1888)
gris
A measure of absorbed radiation dose One Gray equals 100 rads, in the older terminology
United States botanist who specialized in North American flora and who was an early supporter of Darwin's theories of evolution (1810-1888) American navigator who twice circumnavigated the globe and who discovered the Columbia River (1755-1806) English poet best known for his elegy written in a country church-yard (1716-1771) turn gray; "Her hair began to gray"
The SI unit of absorbed radiation dose, one joule per kilogram of tissue
turn gray; "Her hair began to gray"
A gray color; any mixture of white and black; also, a neutral or whitish tint
gray clothing; "he was dressed in gray"
The gray (Gy) is the unit of absorbed dose
The unit of measurement of absorbed dose It is the amount of radiation which deposits one joule of energy in one kilogram of material Replaces the rad : 1 Gy = 100 rad
{f} make gray; turn gray (mainly referring to hair)
a neutral achromatic color midway between white and black
{s} of the color gray; having gray hair; dark or gloomy; dull, uninteresting; indeterminate, unclear (also grey)
A penny with a tail on both sides, used for cheating
An animal or thing of gray color, as a horse, a badger, or a kind of salmon
The new international system (SI) unit of absorbed radiation dose expressed in terms of energy per unit mass of tissue 1 gray = 1 Joule/kilogram and also equals 100 rad
The SI unit for absorbed dose equal to an energy absorbed of one joule/kilogram in the stated medium
an achromatic color of any lightness between the extremes of black and white; "gray flannel suit"; "hair just turning gray"
a neutral achromatic color midway between white and black any organization or party whose uniforms or badges are gray; "the Confederate army was a vast gray"
(Gy) The SI unit for rads 1 Gy equals 100 rads
In the International System of Units, the derived unit of absorbed dose of radiation (radiation absorbed by a patient); one joule of energy absorbed per kilogram of the patients mass. Symbol: Gy
horse of a light grey or whitish color gray clothing; "he was dressed in gray" a neutral achromatic color midway between white and black any organization or party whose uniforms or badges are gray; "the Confederate army was a vast gray" United States botanist who specialized in North American flora and who was an early supporter of Darwin's theories of evolution (1810-1888) American navigator who twice circumnavigated the globe and who discovered the Columbia River (1755-1806) English poet best known for his elegy written in a country church-yard (1716-1771) turn gray; "Her hair began to gray" make gray; "The painter decided to grey the sky" an achromatic color of any lightness between the extremes of black and white; "gray flannel suit"; "hair just turning gray" intermediate in character or position; "a gray area between clearly legal and strictly illegal" used to signify the Confederate forces in the Civil War (who wore gray uniforms); "a stalwart gray figure" showing characteristics of age, especially having gray or white hair; "whose beard with age is hoar"-Coleridge; "nodded his hoary head
Gray-haired; gray-headed; of a gray color; hoary
used to signify the Confederate forces in the Civil War (who wore gray uniforms); "a stalwart gray figure"
Ames
This is the SI unit for absorbed dose of ionizing radiation 1Gy = 1 J/kg
the image of an extraterrestrial creature with gray skin, bulbous black eyes, and an enlarged head
American navigator who twice circumnavigated the globe and who discovered the Columbia River (1755-1806)
horse of a light grey or whitish color
showing characteristics of age, especially having gray or white hair; "whose beard with age is hoar"-Coleridge; "nodded his hoary head"
any organization or party whose uniforms or badges are gray; "the Confederate army was a vast gray"
Is the unit used to describe the dose of radiation given
make gray; "The painter decided to grey the sky"
The modern unit of radiation dosage Doses used in treatment for early breast cancer range from 45 and 65 Gray See also rad
– Gray scale images retain as much of the original information from the indices as possible The original index values are scaled from 0 to 200, 100 being an NDIV value of 0, with each increase or decrease of 1 indicating an increase or decrease of 01 in the original NDVI index These data should be used when doing analysis of change over time back to index
see grey. American botanist who greatly enlarged and improved the description of North American flora and was the chief American advocate of Charles Darwin's theories. American explorer who twice circumnavigated the globe (1787-1790 and 1790-1793) and discovered Grays Harbor and the Columbia River (1792). British poet considered a forerunner of English romanticism. His most famous work is Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard (1751). The SI unit for the energy absorbed from ionizing radiation, equal to one joule per kilogram. the usual American spelling of grey. gray fox Gray Asa Gray Thomas Otis Harrison Gray Anne Gray Harvey
{i} achromatic color between black and white (also grey)
Unit that measures the radiation dose (Gy) International health and safety authorities have endorsed the safety of irradiation for all foods up to a dose level of 10,000 Gy (10 kGy) One gray equals one joule of energy absorbed per kilogram of food being irradiated
showing characteristics of age, especially having gray or white hair; "whose beard with age is hoar"-Coleridge; "nodded his hoary head
The SI unit of absorbed dose; 1 gray = 100 rads
Old; mature; as, gray experience
component replacement (GCR) A method for systematically replacing coloured inks by black ink in areas where dots of all three coloured inks are interspersed It begins by eliminating equal amounts of each ink The colour that remains is lighter, because the combination that was eliminated would have contributed a neutral gray The same neutral darkening can then be restored using black ink as a replacement GCR saves ink and can improve the quality of an image
liard
Gray code
A binary (ie. "1"s and "0"s) coding system in which successive values differ in just one digit position
Gray codes
plural form of Gray code
gray area
A part that is not clear or certain; something that is open to interpretation

It's a gray area how much the rules permit you to use.

gray areas
plural form of gray area
gray hat
In the computer security community, a skilled hacker who sometimes acts legally and in good will and sometimes not. They are a hybrid between "white hat" and "black hat" hackers. They hack for no personal gain, and do not have malicious intentions, but do commit crimes
gray hats
plural form of gray hat
gray iron
An alloy of iron, carbon, and silicon that contains 1.7 to 4.5% carbon and 1 to 3% silicon
gray jay
A mostly gray bird, Perisoreus canadensis, that inhabits coniferous forests of North America
gray jay
Any bird of the genus Perisoreus
gray jays
plural form of gray jay
gray langur
A group of Old World monkeys, of the genus Semnopithecus, which are grey in colour, with a black face
gray market
Alternative spelling of grey market
gray markets
plural form of gray market
gray matter
Alternative spelling of grey matter
gray seal
Alternative spelling of grey seal
gray seals
plural form of gray seal
gray tape
duct tape, sometimes used even if the tape in question is not actually gray

Do you want the green gray tape or the red gray tape?.

gray water
Water that is not clean enough to be potable, such as having been used for washing, but not contaminated with fecal matter or other source of dangerous bacteria or dangerous or noxious materials
gray whale
A baleen whale, Eschrichtius robustus, from the north Pacific
gray wolf
Alternative spelling of grey wolf
gray wolves
plural form of gray wolf
gray-collar
Of or pertaining to working-class professions that do not involve significant manual labor, such as skilled technical professions, combining elements of blue-collar and white-collar

Vocational training reaches greater fractions of the labor force in nations like West Germany; large Japanese companies invest more heavily in job-related training for blue- and gray-collar employees than do American firms.

gray-haired
Hence, figuratively, old, wise, experienced
gray-haired
Having gray hair
gray goo
(Tıp, İlaç) Grey goo is a hypothetical end-of-the-world scenario involving molecular nanotechnology in which out-of-control self-replicating robots consume all living matter on Earth while building more of themselves (a scenario known as ecophagy)
gray market
(Ekonomi) A grey market or gray market also known as parallel market is the trade of a commodity through distribution channels which, while legal, are unofficial, unauthorized, or unintended by the original manufacturer. The term gray economy, however, refers to workers being paid under the table, without paying income taxes or contributing to such public services as Social Security and Medicare. It is sometimes referred to as the underground economy or "hidden economy."
Gray Friar
Franciscan Friar
Gray Monk
monk belonging to a Benedictine order
Gray's Inn
a London organization of law students and barristers and the buildings they use, which is one of the four Inns of Court
gray alder
native to Europe but introduced in America
gray area
vague realm or area, ambiguous field; position which is not totally legal and not totally illegal, area known to be problematic but that is not dealt with specifically
gray area
an intermediate area; a topic that is not clearly one thing or the other
gray birch
medium-sized birch of eastern North America having white or pale gray bark and valueless wood; occurs often as a second-growth forest tree
gray credit
credit borrowed from sources outside of the banking system at a very high interest rate
gray face
tired face, weary facial expression
gray flounder
flounder found from North Carolina to Florida and the eastern Gulf of Mexico
gray fox
Grizzled, gray-furred New World fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus) found in forested, rocky, and brush-covered country from Canada to northern South America. Distinguished by the reddish color on its neck, ears, and legs, it grows to a length of about 20-30 in. (50-75 cm), excluding its 12-16-in. (30-40-cm) tail, and a weight of about 7-13 lbs (3-6 kg). Unlike other foxes, it commonly climbs trees. Primarily nocturnal, it takes a variety of foods, including small birds and mammals, insects, and fruits
gray fox
dark gray American fox; from Central America through southern United States
gray goldenrod
a dyer's weed of Canada and the eastern United States having yellow flowers sometimes used in dyeing
gray hair
hair turned gray or white with age
gray haired
having silver-colored hair
gray hen
female black grouse
gray jay
gray jay of northern North America with black-capped head and no crest; noted for boldness in thievery
gray jay
A bird (Perisoreus canadensis) of North American conifer forests, having gray plumage and a black-capped head. Also called camp robber, Canada jay, moosebird, whiskey jack
gray kingbird
a kingbird that breeds in the southeastern United States and winters in tropical America; similar to but larger than the eastern kingbird
gray lemming
Old World lemming
gray market
The sale of securities that have not officially been issued to firms other than the underwriting syndicate This type of market serves as a good indicator of demand for a new issue in the public market
gray market
an unofficial market in which goods are bought and sold at prices lower than the official price set by a regulatory agency
gray market
The business of buying or selling goods, such as imports, at prices below those set by an official regulatory agency
gray market
Describes the sale of securities that have not officially been issued to firms other than the underwriting syndicate This type of market serves as a good indicator of demand for a new issue in the public market
gray market
- (See also Secondary Market and Capacity Sell Backs)
gray market
economic activity that is not illegal but is irregular (e.g. the selling of imports at unusually low prices)
gray market
source of supply where hard to find items are bought at a high price for immediate sale
gray market
A vehicle which was built for sale outside the U S These vehicles (usually built by Porsche, Mercedes, or BMW) do not meet U S standards regarding emission control, safety glass, lighting, etc
gray market
A solution to excess capacity wherein marketers and LDC shippers may bundle their unneeded capacity with additional service and sell the rebundled package to others
gray market
Purchases and sales of eurobonds that occur before the issue price is finally set
gray market
A marketplace where goods are bought internationally and then resold to customers domestically, usually at a price far below the domestic price
gray market
Importing camera equipment outside of the normal manufacturer's distribution channels to take advantage of lower prices elsewhere in the world
gray matter
{i} neural tissue of the brain and spinal cord containing both nerve fibers and nerve cell bodies
gray ox
{i} kouprey, rare wild ox with short hair and large dewlap that inhabits the forests of Indochina
gray polypody
fern growing on rocks or tree trunks and having fronds grayish and scurfy below; Americas and South Africa
gray poplar
large rapidly growing poplar with faintly lobed dentate leaves gray on the lower surface; native to Europe but introduced and naturalized elsewhere
gray scale
A range of gray tones from black to white used to create an image
gray scale
A series of 256 tones raging from pure white to pure black
gray scale
A range of grays with regular density intervals from white to black A gray scale image is an image that contains various levels (or shades) of gray
gray scale
A strip of light to dark gray tones placed at the side of original copy when photographed to measure tonal range (gamma) and contrast
gray scale
A strip of standard gray tones, ranging from white to black, placed at the side of original copy during photography to measure tonal range and contrast (gamma) obtained
gray scale
Gray scale can be viewed as a degenerate case of pseudo color, in which case the red, green, and blue values in any given color map entry are equal, thus producing shades of gray The gray values can be changed dynamically
gray scale
A scale of gray tones ranging from pure white to pure black
gray scale
Used for the transmission of photos and can have 16/32/64 gray levels
gray scale
A range of shades of gray in an image Gray scales of scanners are determined by the number of grays, or values between black and white, that they can recognize and reproduce
gray scale
a "color" scheme with a gradation of gray tones ranging from black to white
gray scale
1 As applied to an image, composed of (discrete) shades of gray If the pixels of a gray-scale image have n bits, they may take values from zero, representing black, up to 2-1, representing white Intermediate values represent increasingly light shades of gray If n=1, the image is not called gray-scale but black-and-white (or a line drawing) 2 A range of accurately known shades of gray printed out for use in calibrating those shades on a display or printer
gray scale
A strip of standard gray tones ranging from white to black, to measure the tonal range obtained during photography or plate exposure See also: Sensitivity Guide to top
gray scale
Variations of values from white, through shades of gray, to black in a digitized image with black assigned the value of zero and white the value of one
gray scale
  An optical pattern consisting of discrete steps or shades of gray between black and white   (188)
gray scale
Generally refers to a monochrome ordering of 256 shades between black and white which are assigned to raster picture elements (pixels) according to reflected light, heat, and/or other relative intensity measurements Most common digital display option for scanned black and white orthophotos
gray scale
The range of tones, from bright white to pitch black that can be reproduced in a film and print
gray scale
An image containing shades of gray as well as black and white
gray scale
series of shades of gray between black and white
gray scale
A scale showing the full range of gray tones between pure white and solid black While most computer software used today recognizes 256 levels of gray, the human eye can only see 80 to 100 levels
gray scale
A series of 256 shades of gray ranging from pure white to pure black
gray scale
Strip of gray values ranging from white to black Used by process camera and scanner operators to calibrate exposure times for film and plates Also called step wedge
gray scale
The spectrum (range) of shades of black of an image
gray scale
The tonal range from a very light gray (1% dot) up to solid black (100% dot) in increments of 1%
gray scale
A color space where colors are represented by their luminance values only, i e saturation and hue are zero
gray scale
a strip of standard gray tones ranging from white to black, places at the side of original copy during photography to measure tonal range and contrast obtained
gray scale
a reflection or transmission scale of gray tones in steps from clear or white at one end to black at the other, with steps in-between showing evenly intensified series of gray tones (It is attached to the original design or copy to determine accuracy of exposure and uniformity of color separations Patches of yellow, cyan and magenta are included with the scale when photographing for color separations); also referred to as gray or step wedge
gray scale monitor
screen which can on display shades of gray
gray scale scanner
device which converts pictures on paper into graphic information in shades of grey
gray skate
common European skate used as food
gray snapper
found in shallow waters off the coast of Florida
gray sole
grayish-white flesh of a flatfish
gray squirrel
A common squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) of eastern North America, having grayish or blackish fur
gray whale
medium-sized grayish-black whale of the northern Pacific
gray whale
A whalebone whale (Eschrichtius robustus) of northern Pacific waters, having grayish-black coloring with white blotches. Also called devilfish
gray willow
Eurasian shrubby willow with whitish tomentose twigs
gray wolf
brindled gray wolf of forested northern regions of North America
gray wolf
A large, tawny gray wolf (Canis lupus) that formerly occupied diverse habitats throughout northern North America and Eurasia but now lives in fewer, more limited areas because of human encroachment. Also called timber wolf
gray-headed
gray-haired, having hair which has turned white or gray with age
great gray owl
large dish-faced owl of northern North America and western Eurasia
Grey
A surname, alternative spelling of Gray
all cats are gray at night
Variant of all cats are grey in the dark
all cats are gray in the dark
Variant of all cats are grey in the dark
blackish-gray antshrike
A passerine bird of the antbird family
blackish-gray antshrikes
plural form of blackish-gray antshrike
cool gray
A light gray colour

cool gray colour:.

cool gray
Of a light gray colour
grey
An achromatic colour intermediate between black and white

grey colour:.

grey
an extraterrestrial creature with greyish skin, bulbous black eyes, and an enlarged head
grey
Having an indistinct or disputed quality
grey
Having a grey colour, as the ash of an ember
iron gray
A dark grey colour, with a tint of green

iron gray colour:.

iron gray
Of a dark grey colour, with a tint of green
periaqueductal gray
The region surrounding the aqueduct of sylvius in the midbrain
periaqueductal gray
A region of gray matter with descending pathways which inhibit pain signals in the spinal cord
grayish
{a} somewhat gray
grayness
{n} a grey quality or state
grey
{a} hoary, white mixed with black
greyness
{n} a grey quality or state
duck duck gray duck
(Oyunlar) Duck, duck, goose (called Duck, Duck, Gray Duck in Minnesota) is a traditional children's game often first learned in pre-school or kindergarten
Asa Gray
born Nov. 18, 1810, Sauquoit, N.Y., U.S. died Jan. 30, 1888, Cambridge, Mass. U.S. botanist. He received a medical degree from Fairfield Medical School, where he spent his spare time studying plant specimens. He collaborated with John Torrey (1796-1873) on Flora of North America (1838-43) and in 1842 joined the faculty at Harvard University, where he would teach until 1873. His donation of his thousands of books and plant specimens established Harvard's botany department. Gray was largely responsible for the unification of the taxonomic knowledge of the North American flora; his most widely used book, commonly called Gray's Manual (1848), remains a standard work. He was the chief early American supporter of the theories of Charles Darwin
Dorian Gray
the main character in the novel The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde. the main character in the novel The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
Grey
an English surname, alternative spelling of Gray
Harrison Gray Otis
born Oct. 8, 1765, Boston, Mass. died Oct. 28, 1848, Boston, Mass., U.S. U.S. politician. A nephew of James Otis, he practiced law and served in the Massachusetts legislature (1796-97, 1802-05), the U.S. House of Representatives (1797-1801), the state senate (1805-13, 1814-17), and the U.S. Senate (1817-22). He was later mayor of Boston (1829-32). A Federalist, he opposed the War of 1812 and was a leader of the Hartford Convention
Oxford gray
medium to dark gray
Picture of Dorian Gray
a novel by Oscar Wilde about a beautiful young man, Dorian Gray, who has a painting of himself that he keeps in the attic (=a room under the roof) of his house. Dorian Gray's own face remains young and beautiful, but the face in the painting looks older and more ugly as Gray becomes more and more evil and immoral (1891)
Thomas Gray
an English poet whose best-known work, Elegy written in a Country Churchyard, is usually called Gray's Elegy (1716-71). born Dec. 26, 1716, London, Eng. died July 30, 1771, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire British poet. He studied and later settled at Cambridge, where he wrote poems of wistful melancholy filled with truisms phrased in striking, quotable lines. Though his output was small, he became the dominant poetic figure in his day. He is remembered especially for "An Elegy Written in a Country Church Yard" (1751), one of the best known of English lyric poems and the greatest work of the English "graveyard school." After its overwhelming success, his next two poems met a disappointing response, and he virtually ceased writing
african gray
commonly domesticated gray parrot with red-and-black tail and white face; native to equatorial Africa
ash gray
a light shade of gray
ash-gray
pale gray; ash-colored
dapple-gray
gray with a mottled pattern of darker gray markings
dwarf gray willow
willow shrub of dry places in the eastern United States having long narrow leaves canescent beneath
eastern gray squirrel
common medium-large squirrel of eastern North America; now introduced into England
grayed
deprived of color; "colors dulled by too much sun"; "grayed with the dust of the road"
grayer
comparative of gray
grayest
superlative of gray
graying
act of turning gray in color
grayish
{s} somewhat gray, ashen
grayish
an achromatic color of any lightness between the extremes of black and white; "gray flannel suit"; "hair just turning gray"
grayness
a neutral achromatic color midway between white and black
grayness
The quality of being gray
grayness
{i} quality of being gray in color
grayness
The state of being gray
grays
plural of gray
grey
Englishman who as Prime minister implemented social reforms including the abolition of slavery throughout the British Empire (1764-1845)
grey
Queen of England for nine days in 1553; she was quickly replaced by Mary Tudor and beheaded for treason (1537-1554)
grey
If the weather is grey, there are many clouds in the sky and the light is dull. It was a grey, wet April Sunday. + greyness grey·ness winter's greyness
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gray

It's a legal gray area. - It's a legal grey area.

grey
See Gray (the correct orthography)
grey
make gray; "The painter decided to grey the sky"
grey
any organization or party whose uniforms or badges are gray; "the Confederate army was a vast gray"
grey
an achromatic color of any lightness between the extremes of black and white; "gray flannel suit"; "hair just turning gray"
grey
showing characteristics of age, especially having gray or white hair; "whose beard with age is hoar"-Coleridge; "nodded his hoary head"
grey
You use grey to describe the colour of people's hair when it changes from its original colour, usually as they get old. my grey hair Eddie was going grey
grey
Journalists sometimes use grey to describe things concerning old people. There was further evidence of grey consumer power last week, when Ford revealed a car designed with elderly people in mind. British politician who as prime minister (1830-1834) implemented parliamentary and social reforms, notably the abolition of slavery throughout the British Empire. Queen of England for nine days (1553). Proclaimed queen on the death of Edward VI (July 10, 1553), she was imprisoned after her short reign, replaced by the popular Mary Tudor, later Mary I, and subsequently beheaded for treason. American writer of Western adventure novels, including Riders of the Purple Sage (1912). Variant of gray. gray the colour of dark clouds, neither black nor white. De Grey River Grey Charles Grey 2nd Earl Grey Lady Jane Grey Sir Edward 3rd Baronet Grey Zane Pearl Grey
grey
used to signify the Confederate forces in the Civil War (who wore gray uniforms); "a stalwart gray figure"
grey
{s} of the color grey; having grey hair; dark or gloomy; dull, uninteresting; indeterminate, unclear (also gray)
grey
disapproval If you describe someone or something as grey, you think that they are boring and unattractive, and very similar to other things or other people. little grey men in suits. + greyness grey·ness Journalists are frustrated by his apparent greyness
grey
Grey is the colour of ashes or of clouds on a rainy day. a grey suit
grey
darkened with overcast; "a dark day"; "a dull sky"; "a gray rainy afternoon"; "gray clouds"; "the sky was leaden and thick"
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gray
gray kodu
(Bilgisayar) gray code
grayer
greyer
gray