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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Tekstil) kuru renklendirici
(Denizbilim) boyar
(Tıp) pigman
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) renk hücresi
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) boyar madde
(Denizbilim) boyayuvar
boya maddesi
{i} toz boya
{f} renk vermek
(fiil) renk vermek
{i} renk maddesi
(Tıp) Boya maddesi, vücuttaki bütün renkli maddeler
(Tıp) Hayvan veya bitki dokularına renk veren madde, pigment (boya), pigmentum
{i} biyol. pigment
(İnşaat) renklendirici
pigment binding
(Tekstil) pigment bağlama
pigment dyeing method
(Tekstil) pigment boyama yöntemi
pigment dyestuff
pigment boyarmadesi
pigment dyestuff
(Tekstil) pigment boyarmaddesi
pigment for protective
alın boyası
pigment for protective
cephe boyası
pigment for protective
yüz boyası
pigment loading
(İnşaat) pigment yükleme
pigment padding process
(Tekstil) pigment emdirme yöntemi
pigment paste
(Sanat) pigment macunu
pigment paste
boya maddesi macunu
pigment print
pigment baskı
pigment printing
(Tekstil) pigment baskı
pigment settling
(Kimya) pigment çökmesi
compound pigment
(Sanat) bileşik pigment
animal pigment
hayvani pigment
bile pigment
safra pigmenti
bile pigment
safra sarısı
biliary pigment
safra pigmenti
organic pigment
organik pigment
cement pigment
çimento pigmenti
earth pigment
toprak boyarmadde
fluorescent pigment
(Aydınlatma) flüorışıl boyarmadde
fugitive pigment
uçar boyarmadde
inert pigment
eylemsiz boyarmadde
inhibiting pigment
korozyon önleyici boyarmadde
luminescent pigment
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) luminesant pigment
{s} renk maddesine ait
(sıfat) renk maddesine ait
(Tıp) İçinde boya bulunan, pigmentli
(Tıp) Boyaya ait
(Tıp) Boyalı, pigmentli
(Fizyoloji) pigmentlenmiş
powdered white pigment
(Kimya) toz beyaz pigment
respiratory pigment
(Biyokimya) solunum pigmenti
to pigment
İngilizce - İngilizce
To add color or pigment to something
Any color in plant or animal cells

Chlorophyll is the pigment responsible for most plants' green colouring.

A dry colorant, usually an insoluble powder

Umber is a pigment made from clay containing iron and manganese oxide.

{n} paint, colors for painting the face
Any one of the colored substances found in animal and vegetable tissues and fluids, as bilirubin, urobilin, chlorophyll, etc
{i} coloring material used as paint or dye; colored substance in cells
insoluble organic or inorganic substance which gives colour to paint when ground and suspended in vehicle (or medium) such as water or oil Fresco paint is suspended in water and usually made of earth colours such as ochres and other minerals that can withstand the alkaline action of lime
Any material from which a dye, a paint, or the like, may be prepared; particularly, the refined and purified coloring matter ready for mixing with an appropriate vehicle
dry coloring matter (especially an insoluble powder to be mixed with a liquid to produce paint etc) color or dye with a pigment; "pigment a photograph"
Finely ground, natural or synthetic, inorganic or organic, insoluable particles which, when dispersed in a liquid vehicle to make paint, may provide, in addition to color, many of the essential properties of a paint--opacity, hardness, durability, and corrosion resistance
dry coloring matter (especially an insoluble powder to be mixed with a liquid to produce paint etc)
The color substance in inks that absorbs and/or reflects light, generally more light stable than dyes
color or dye with a pigment; "pigment a photograph"
A solid colorant used in various inks Unlike dye, this material does not dissolve in the inks solvent but remains a particle Because of this, it gives improved coverage over certain substrates and usually has improved fade resistance
The colouring matter in paint A pigment is different from a dye in that a pigment is insoluble in the media in which it is used
A powder-form of color that can be combined with an acrylic base for paint or made into a "pigment dye " It isn't actually a dye, it sits on the surface of the fibers
Substance that absorbs light, often selectively
The dyelike material in cells that provides color to skin, eye and hair
A colored material, usually a powder or paste, used to color rubber
A substance that has color in its natural state
An insoluble finely ground powder, either natural, synthetic, inorganic or organic that provides color, hardness, durability, hiding and corrosion resistance to paint
Organic substance found in plant and animal cells that creates coloring
A compound that gives colour to body tissues Naturally found in tissues it is of particular importance in providing colour to the fish for camouflage Used in some fish diets to enhance the colour of the flesh to make a product that is more readily accepted by markets Chemicals such as astaxanthin and canthaxanthin (collectively known as carotenoids) are used, for example, to give farmed salmon and trout a pink colouration to their flesh, which would other wise be white The pink colouration mimics the colour found in wild fish, which is obtained by the consumption shrimps, which naturally contain the pigment Chlorophyll, which gives algae it's green colour is also classed as a pigment The addition of pigments to salmonid feeds composes only 0 005 - 0 01 of the feed volume, but can comprise as much as 15% of the price of the feed Pigments are also very important in the development of eggs and larvae of many species
The substances that give paint color Pigments are derived from natural or synthetic materials that have been ground into fine powders
coloured powder mixed with binding agents such as oil, glue, or resin to make paint
Finely ground natural or svnthelic, inorganic or organic, insoluable particles which, when dispersed in a liquid vehicle to make paint, may provide, in addition to color, many of the essential properties of a paint - opacity, hardness, durability, and corrosion resistance
A pigment is a substance that gives something a particular colour. The Romans used natural pigments on their fabrics and walls. a natural substance that makes skin, hair, plants etc a particular colour (pigmentum, from pingere ). Any intensely coloured compound used to colour other materials. Unlike dyes, pigments do not dissolve; they are applied as fine solid particles mixed with a liquid. In general, the same ones are used in oil-and water-based paints, printing inks, and plastics. They may be inorganic compounds (usually brighter and longer-lasting) or organic compounds. Natural organic pigments have been used for centuries, but today most are synthetic or inorganic. The primary white pigment is titanium dioxide. Carbon black is the most usual black pigment. Iron oxides give browns, ranging from yellowish through orange to dark brown. Chromium compounds yield chrome yellows, oranges, and greens; cadmium compounds brilliant yellows, oranges, and reds. The most common blues, Prussian blue and ultramarine, are also inorganic. Organic pigments, usually synthesized from aromatic hydrocarbons, include the nitrogen-containing azo pigments (red, orange, and yellow; see azo dyes) and the copper phthalocyanines (brilliant, strong blues and greens). Chlorophyll, carotene, rhodopsin, and melanin are pigments produced by plants and animals for specialized purposes
Wine flavored with species and honey
A substance that imparts color to fruits and vegetables, and also materials
is a powdered substance that is mixed with liquid and used to impart color to coating materials, such as paint and ink
A powdered solid in suitable degree of subdivision for use in paint or enamel
Finely ground insoluble particles dispersed in coatings to influence properties such as color, corrosion resistance, mechanical strength, hardness, durability, etc Particles may be natural or synthetic and also inorganic or organic
acquire pigment; become colored or imbued
The ferromagnetic particles in a magnetic stripe are usually called magnetic pigments since they are made in a fashion similar to pigments used in the paint and coloring industries; see Gamma Ferric Oxide, Barium Ferrite and Strontium Ferrite
A colored powdered substance that is mixed with a liquid in which it is relatively insoluble
{f} color, tint; add pigment
Any inorganic, insoluble material of fine particle size added to the wet end of a paper machine or used as a surface treatment Generally used for economy, color, brightness and opacity characteristics
A non-soluble substance used as a colorant Pigments are generally more stable than dyes, but they produce a narrower color gamut
The substance in paint or anything that absorbs light, producing (reflecting) the same color as the pigment
bile pigment
Any of several coloured compounds derived from porphyrin that are found in bile; principally bilirubin and biliverdin
respiratory pigment
any of several coloured metal-containing protein pigments which combine reversibly with oxygen and which are found in the tissues of invertebrates and whose role is to transport oxygen
lake pigment
A Lake pigment is a pigment manufactured by precipitating a dye with an inert binder, usually a metallic salt. Manufacturers and suppliers to artists and industry frequently omit the lake designation in the name. Many lake pigments are fugitive, because the dyes involved are unstable when exposed to light
A pigment
accessory pigment
{i} light-absorbing pigment found in plants that assist in photosynthesis
accessory pigment
A pigment that absorbs light energy and transfers it to chlorophyll A
animal pigment
pigment occurring in animals
Of or pertaining to pigments; furnished with pigments
{s} of or pertaining to pigment; containing pigment; producing pigment
Of or pertaining to pigment
past of pigment
Pigmented skin has a lot of natural colouring
Colored; specifically Biol
{s} colored, containing pigments, tinted with pigments
filled or imbued with pigment; as, pigmented epithelial cells; pigmented granules
plural of pigment
Paint ingredients that are used mainly to provide color and opacity
Solids that reflect light of certain wavelengths, without producing appreciable luminescence usually suspended in paint formulations to achieve a desired color
clobbered substances which give the dried film both colour and hiding power They can be organic or inorganic and are not soluble in solvents
A substance, usually mineral, that imparts color to something else Pigments do not dissolve in liquid, but are tiny particles of color that are suspended in it
Organic molecules located within the thylakoid membranes of leaves that have the capacity to absorb sunlight during the process of photosynthesis
third-person singular of pigment
A powdered substance mixed with a suitable binder to form paints Pigments were often made of ground stones, such as malachite or azurite in the nineteenth century, or man-made products today
Additives in PVC compounds to give a particular colour
Fine grained solids from 0 1 to 1 0 æ serving to color paints and coating material
respiratory pigment
Any of various colored conjugated proteins, such as hemoglobin, that occur in living organisms and function in oxygen transfer in cellular respiration