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  • 1 colorante

    adj.
    coloring, colouring, dyeing.
    m.
    1 coloring.
    2 colorant, dye, color, coloring.
    3 food coloring, food colouring.
    * * *
    1 colouring (US coloring)
    1 colouring (US coloring), dye
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    1.
    ADJ colouring, coloring (EEUU)
    2.
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo coloring*
    II
    masculino coloring*
    * * *
    = dye, ink dye, food colouring, colourant [colorant, -USA].
    Ex. An exposure to ammonia gas destroys the unexposed dye, and the picture can then be taken out into the light and examined.
    Ex. This paper discusses the influence of fixing treatments on the fastness of ink dyes on paper in aqueous deacidification.
    Ex. In the first experiment, the children will observe the movement of a drop of food coloring in still water.
    Ex. Foods with certain artificial colourants can cause allergic reactions in some people.
    ----
    * colorante alimentario = food colouring.
    * colorante alimenticio = food colouring.
    * colorante artificial para alimentos = food colouring.
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo coloring*
    II
    masculino coloring*
    * * *
    = dye, ink dye, food colouring, colourant [colorant, -USA].

    Ex: An exposure to ammonia gas destroys the unexposed dye, and the picture can then be taken out into the light and examined.

    Ex: This paper discusses the influence of fixing treatments on the fastness of ink dyes on paper in aqueous deacidification.
    Ex: In the first experiment, the children will observe the movement of a drop of food coloring in still water.
    Ex: Foods with certain artificial colourants can cause allergic reactions in some people.
    * colorante alimentario = food colouring.
    * colorante alimenticio = food colouring.
    * colorante artificial para alimentos = food colouring.

    * * *
    coloring*
    coloring*
    [ S ] no contiene colorantes no artificial colors
    * * *

    colorante sustantivo masculino
    coloring( conjugate coloring);
    ( on signs) no contiene colorantes no artificial colors
    colorante sustantivo masculino colouring, US coloring
    sin colorantes ni edulcorantes, no artificial colourings nor sweeteners
    ' colorante' also found in these entries:
    English:
    colouring
    - dye
    - coloring
    * * *
    adj
    colouring
    nm
    1. [aditivo alimentario] colouring;
    sin colorantes ni conservantes [en etiqueta] no artificial colourings or preservatives
    2. [tinte] dye, colorant
    * * *
    m coloring, Br
    colouring
    * * *
    : coloring
    colorante de alimentos: food coloring

    Spanish-English dictionary > colorante

  • 2 con dificultad

    = laboriously, with difficulty
    Ex. First, 45 or 50 percent of that file consists of Library of Congress MARC records, the integrity of which is laboriously insured by manual methods.
    Ex. Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    * * *
    = laboriously, with difficulty

    Ex: First, 45 or 50 percent of that file consists of Library of Congress MARC records, the integrity of which is laboriously insured by manual methods.

    Ex: Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con dificultad

  • 3 degradarse

    1 to demean oneself, degrade oneself
    * * *
    VPR to demean o.s., degrade o.s.
    * * *
    (v.) = degrade
    Ex. Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    * * *
    (v.) = degrade

    Ex: Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.

    * * *
    vpr
    1. [moralmente] to degrade o lower oneself
    2. [medio ambiente, naturaleza] to deteriorate, to be degraded;
    [calidad, servicio, producto] to deteriorate
    * * *
    v/r demean o.s.

    Spanish-English dictionary > degradarse

  • 4 diazo

    Nota: Tinte sensible a la luz utilizado para grabar en la microformas aunque de poca permanencia.
    Ex. There have long been films impregnated with diazo dyes which form a picture without development, so it is already there as soon as the camera has been operated.
    ----
    * película de diazo = diazo film.
    * * *
    Nota: Tinte sensible a la luz utilizado para grabar en la microformas aunque de poca permanencia.

    Ex: There have long been films impregnated with diazo dyes which form a picture without development, so it is already there as soon as the camera has been operated.

    * película de diazo = diazo film.

    Spanish-English dictionary > diazo

  • 5 estabilidad

    f.
    stability.
    estabilidad de precios price stability
    * * *
    1 stability
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino stability
    * * *
    = stability, steadiness, fastness, fixity, equipoise, inertness, even keel.
    Nota: Nombre.
    Ex. They exhibit a tendency to adhere to traditional classified arrangements (which is in keeping with stability in Library of Congress catalogues).
    Ex. As the sobbing abated, the secretary's voice regained some steadiness.
    Ex. This paper discusses the influence of fixing treatments on the fastness of ink dyes on paper in aqueous deacidification.
    Ex. The attributes of a well-regulated library are well known to us all: organization, retrievability, authenticity, and fixity.
    Ex. America's present need is not heroics, but healing; not nostrums, but normalcy; not experiment, but equipoise; not submergence in internationality, but sustainment in triumphant nationality.
    Ex. Because of their inertness, the noble gases form no chemical compounds in nature.
    Ex. That even keel, that unflappable demeanor is what made him such a steady player.
    ----
    * estabilidad biológica = biostability.
    * estabilidad laboral = job security.
    * * *
    femenino stability
    * * *
    = stability, steadiness, fastness, fixity, equipoise, inertness, even keel.
    Nota: Nombre.

    Ex: They exhibit a tendency to adhere to traditional classified arrangements (which is in keeping with stability in Library of Congress catalogues).

    Ex: As the sobbing abated, the secretary's voice regained some steadiness.
    Ex: This paper discusses the influence of fixing treatments on the fastness of ink dyes on paper in aqueous deacidification.
    Ex: The attributes of a well-regulated library are well known to us all: organization, retrievability, authenticity, and fixity.
    Ex: America's present need is not heroics, but healing; not nostrums, but normalcy; not experiment, but equipoise; not submergence in internationality, but sustainment in triumphant nationality.
    Ex: Because of their inertness, the noble gases form no chemical compounds in nature.
    Ex: That even keel, that unflappable demeanor is what made him such a steady player.
    * estabilidad biológica = biostability.
    * estabilidad laboral = job security.

    * * *
    stability
    estabilidad emocional emotional stability
    estabilidad económica economic stability
    un período de estabilidad atmosférica a period of settled weather
    * * *

    estabilidad sustantivo femenino
    stability
    estabilidad sustantivo femenino stability
    ' estabilidad' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    adherencia
    - asiento
    - equilibrio
    - inseguridad
    - inseguro
    - seguridad
    English:
    stability
    * * *
    stability;
    continuará la estabilidad atmosférica the settled weather will continue;
    estabilidad económica/emocional economic/emotional stability;
    estabilidad de precios price stability
    * * *
    f stability;
    estabilidad de precios price stability
    * * *
    : stability

    Spanish-English dictionary > estabilidad

  • 6 exponer a la luz

    = expose to + light
    Ex. Inks, dyes and other materials may undergo physical changes when exposed to light = Las tintas, los colorantes y otros materiales pueden experimentar cambios físicos cuando se exponen a la luz.
    * * *
    = expose to + light

    Ex: Inks, dyes and other materials may undergo physical changes when exposed to light = Las tintas, los colorantes y otros materiales pueden experimentar cambios físicos cuando se exponen a la luz.

    Spanish-English dictionary > exponer a la luz

  • 7 fétido

    adj.
    fetid, evil-smelling, foul, foul-smelling.
    * * *
    1 stinking, fetid
    * * *
    (f. - fétida)
    adj.
    fetid, foul
    * * *
    ADJ fetid, foul-smelling, stinking
    * * *
    - da adjetivo fetid, foul-smelling
    * * *
    = smelly [smellier -comp., smelliest -sup.], malodourous [malodorous, -USA], reeking, putrid, noisome, foul [fouler -comp., foulest -sup.].
    Ex. This article looks at the question of the appropriate treatment by librarians of homeless people, sometimes smelly and mentally disturbed, in the library.
    Ex. Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    Ex. He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex. Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.
    Ex. The bags may be used as an inner skin to a rubbish bin, to stop wet and noisome remains from sticking to the inside of the container.
    Ex. Well, we non-smokers also like to put our feet up and relax, too; but we have to breathe in their foul fumes = Pues bien, a nosotros los no fumadores también nos gusta poner los pies en alto y relajarnos pero tenemos que respirar su repugnante humo.
    ----
    * bomba fétida = stink bomb.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo fetid, foul-smelling
    * * *
    = smelly [smellier -comp., smelliest -sup.], malodourous [malodorous, -USA], reeking, putrid, noisome, foul [fouler -comp., foulest -sup.].

    Ex: This article looks at the question of the appropriate treatment by librarians of homeless people, sometimes smelly and mentally disturbed, in the library.

    Ex: Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    Ex: He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex: Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.
    Ex: The bags may be used as an inner skin to a rubbish bin, to stop wet and noisome remains from sticking to the inside of the container.
    Ex: Well, we non-smokers also like to put our feet up and relax, too; but we have to breathe in their foul fumes = Pues bien, a nosotros los no fumadores también nos gusta poner los pies en alto y relajarnos pero tenemos que respirar su repugnante humo.
    * bomba fétida = stink bomb.

    * * *
    fétido -da
    fetid, foul-smelling
    * * *

    fétido
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    fetid, foul-smelling
    fétido,-a adjetivo stinking, fetid

    ' fétido' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    fétida
    - hediondo
    English:
    fetid
    - foul
    - rank
    - stinking
    * * *
    fétido, -a adj
    fetid, foul-smelling
    * * *
    adj fetid
    * * *
    fétido, -da adj
    : fetid, foul

    Spanish-English dictionary > fétido

  • 8 hediondo

    adj.
    stinking, stinky, bad-smelling, evil-smelling.
    * * *
    1 (apestoso) stinking, foul-smelling, smelly
    2 figurado (asqueroso) filthy, repulsive
    3 figurado (molesto) annoying
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=maloliente) stinking, foul-smelling
    2) (=asqueroso) repulsive
    3) (=sucio) filthy
    4) (=obsceno) obscene
    5) (=inaguantable) annoying, unbearable
    * * *
    - da adjetivo ( fétido) foul-smelling, stinking
    * * *
    = stinking, smelly [smellier -comp., smelliest -sup.], malodourous [malodorous, -USA], rotting, reeking, putrid, noisome.
    Ex. And no matter how set everyone is to have a good time, it is difficult to do more than make the cheerful best of things if the picnic is held, for some crazy reason, on a stinking garbage dump in pouring rain.
    Ex. This article looks at the question of the appropriate treatment by librarians of homeless people, sometimes smelly and mentally disturbed, in the library.
    Ex. Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    Ex. He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex. He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex. Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.
    Ex. The bags may be used as an inner skin to a rubbish bin, to stop wet and noisome remains from sticking to the inside of the container.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo ( fétido) foul-smelling, stinking
    * * *
    = stinking, smelly [smellier -comp., smelliest -sup.], malodourous [malodorous, -USA], rotting, reeking, putrid, noisome.

    Ex: And no matter how set everyone is to have a good time, it is difficult to do more than make the cheerful best of things if the picnic is held, for some crazy reason, on a stinking garbage dump in pouring rain.

    Ex: This article looks at the question of the appropriate treatment by librarians of homeless people, sometimes smelly and mentally disturbed, in the library.
    Ex: Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    Ex: He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex: He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex: Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.
    Ex: The bags may be used as an inner skin to a rubbish bin, to stop wet and noisome remains from sticking to the inside of the container.

    * * *
    1 (fétido) foul-smelling, stinking
    2 ( fam) (repugnante) disgusting, revolting
    * * *

    hediondo
    ◊ -da adjetivo ( fétido) foul-smelling, stinking

    hediondo,-a adjetivo foul-smelling

    ' hediondo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    hedionda
    English:
    stinking
    * * *
    hediondo, -a adj
    1. [pestilente] stinking, foul-smelling
    2. Formal [insoportable] unbearable
    * * *
    adj stinking, foul-smelling
    * * *
    hediondo, -da adj
    maloliente: foul-smelling, stinking

    Spanish-English dictionary > hediondo

  • 9 impregnar

    v.
    to impregnate.
    * * *
    1 to impregnate (de, with)
    1 to become impregnated
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=humedecer) to impregnate
    2) (=saturar) to soak
    3) [olor, sentimiento] to pervade
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) ( empapar) <algodón/esponja> to soak, impregnate
    b) olor/aroma to fill, pervade
    c) (liter) sentimiento to pervade
    * * *
    = coat, impregnate, imbue, permeate, spice, pervade.
    Ex. Carbon paper is paper coated on one side with loosely adhering dye used for transferring impressions of writing, typewriting, drawing, etc.
    Ex. There have long been films impregnated with diazo dyes which form a picture without development, so it is already there as soon as the camera has been operated.
    Ex. Librarians and bibliographers are as deeply fired with the idealistic fervour which is alleged to have imbued the medieval knights.
    Ex. This concept permeates all bibliothecal activities from start to finish, especially indexing and abstracting.
    Ex. The smell of their dry, aromatic leaves spiced the gentle breeze.
    Ex. I strongly believe that we must cultivate a more positive attitude towards change in the field of library work, and that this attitude must pervade all levels of librarianship.
    ----
    * impregnarse de = imbibe.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) ( empapar) <algodón/esponja> to soak, impregnate
    b) olor/aroma to fill, pervade
    c) (liter) sentimiento to pervade
    * * *
    = coat, impregnate, imbue, permeate, spice, pervade.

    Ex: Carbon paper is paper coated on one side with loosely adhering dye used for transferring impressions of writing, typewriting, drawing, etc.

    Ex: There have long been films impregnated with diazo dyes which form a picture without development, so it is already there as soon as the camera has been operated.
    Ex: Librarians and bibliographers are as deeply fired with the idealistic fervour which is alleged to have imbued the medieval knights.
    Ex: This concept permeates all bibliothecal activities from start to finish, especially indexing and abstracting.
    Ex: The smell of their dry, aromatic leaves spiced the gentle breeze.
    Ex: I strongly believe that we must cultivate a more positive attitude towards change in the field of library work, and that this attitude must pervade all levels of librarianship.
    * impregnarse de = imbibe.

    * * *
    impregnar [A1 ]
    vt
    A (empapar) ‹algodón/esponja› to soak, impregnate
    B
    1 «olor/aroma» to fill, pervade
    2 ( liter); «sentimiento» to pervade
    * * *

    impregnar verbo transitivo to impregnate [en, con, with]
    ' impregnar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    teñir
    English:
    impregnate
    - permeate
    - pervade
    * * *
    vt
    1. [empapar] to soak (de in), to impregnate (de with);
    impregna el paño en aceite soak the cloth in oil
    2. [sujeto: olor] to fill
    3. [sujeto: idea] to pervade
    * * *
    v/t
    1 esponja saturate (de with); fig
    pervade
    2 TÉC impregnate (de with)
    * * *
    : to impregnate

    Spanish-English dictionary > impregnar

  • 10 inalterabilidad

    f.
    inalterability, unalterability, changelessness, unchangeableness.
    * * *
    SF [de materia] inalterability, unchanging nature; [de persona, cualidad] immutability
    * * *
    Ex. This paper discusses the influence of fixing treatments on the fastness of ink dyes on paper in aqueous deacidification.
    * * *

    Ex: This paper discusses the influence of fixing treatments on the fastness of ink dyes on paper in aqueous deacidification.

    * * *
    inalterability, immutability
    * * *
    immutability

    Spanish-English dictionary > inalterabilidad

  • 11 maloliente

    adj.
    1 smelly.
    2 bad-smelling, stinky, cheesy, evil-smelling.
    * * *
    1 foul-smelling, stinking
    * * *
    ADJ stinking, smelly
    * * *
    adjetivo stinking, smelly
    * * *
    = smelly [smellier -comp., smelliest -sup.], malodourous [malodorous, -USA], reeking, putrid, noisome.
    Ex. This article looks at the question of the appropriate treatment by librarians of homeless people, sometimes smelly and mentally disturbed, in the library.
    Ex. Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    Ex. He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex. Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.
    Ex. The bags may be used as an inner skin to a rubbish bin, to stop wet and noisome remains from sticking to the inside of the container.
    * * *
    adjetivo stinking, smelly
    * * *
    = smelly [smellier -comp., smelliest -sup.], malodourous [malodorous, -USA], reeking, putrid, noisome.

    Ex: This article looks at the question of the appropriate treatment by librarians of homeless people, sometimes smelly and mentally disturbed, in the library.

    Ex: Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    Ex: He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex: Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.
    Ex: The bags may be used as an inner skin to a rubbish bin, to stop wet and noisome remains from sticking to the inside of the container.

    * * *
    stinking, smelly
    * * *

    maloliente adjetivo
    stinking, smelly
    maloliente adjetivo foul-smelling, stinking
    * * *
    smelly
    * * *
    adj stinking
    * * *
    hediondo: foul-smelling, smelly
    * * *
    maloliente adj smelly [comp. smellier; superl. smelliest]

    Spanish-English dictionary > maloliente

  • 12 muy despacio

    Ex. Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    * * *

    Ex: Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.

    Spanish-English dictionary > muy despacio

  • 13 muy lentamente

    adv.
    very slowly, at a snail's pace.
    * * *
    Ex. Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    * * *

    Ex: Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.

    Spanish-English dictionary > muy lentamente

  • 14 nauseabundo

    adj.
    nauseating, foul, repulsive, revolting.
    * * *
    1 nauseating, sickening
    * * *
    ADJ nauseating, sickening
    * * *
    - da adjetivo nauseating
    * * *
    = foul [fouler -comp., foulest -sup.], nauseous, malodourous [malodorous, -USA], reeking, putrid.
    Ex. Well, we non-smokers also like to put our feet up and relax, too; but we have to breathe in their foul fumes = Pues bien, a nosotros los no fumadores también nos gusta poner los pies en alto y relajarnos pero tenemos que respirar su repugnante humo.
    Ex. The book emphasizes the ' nauseous pendulum' that swings between reason & violence.
    Ex. Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    Ex. He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex. Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo nauseating
    * * *
    = foul [fouler -comp., foulest -sup.], nauseous, malodourous [malodorous, -USA], reeking, putrid.

    Ex: Well, we non-smokers also like to put our feet up and relax, too; but we have to breathe in their foul fumes = Pues bien, a nosotros los no fumadores también nos gusta poner los pies en alto y relajarnos pero tenemos que respirar su repugnante humo.

    Ex: The book emphasizes the ' nauseous pendulum' that swings between reason & violence.
    Ex: Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    Ex: He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex: Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.

    * * *
    nauseating
    * * *

    nauseabundo,-a adjetivo nauseating, sickening
    ' nauseabundo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    nauseabunda
    English:
    foul
    - nauseating
    - sickening
    * * *
    nauseabundo, -a adj
    nauseating, sickening
    * * *
    adj nauseating
    * * *
    nauseabundo, -da adj
    : nauseating, sickening

    Spanish-English dictionary > nauseabundo

  • 15 pestilente

    adj.
    1 foul-smelling.
    2 pestilential, evil-smelling, foul-smelling, pestiferous.
    * * *
    1 (apestoso) stinking
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=dañino) pestilent
    2) (=que huele mal) smelly, foul
    * * *
    adjetivo < olor> foul
    * * *
    = malodourous [malodorous, -USA], reeking, putrid.
    Ex. Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    Ex. He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex. Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.
    * * *
    adjetivo < olor> foul
    * * *
    = malodourous [malodorous, -USA], reeking, putrid.

    Ex: Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.

    Ex: He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex: Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.

    * * *
    1 ‹olor› foul
    2 ( Col fam) (molesto) unbearable, pesky ( AmE colloq)
    * * *

    pestilente adjetivo ‹ olor foul
    pestilente adjetivo foul
    ' pestilente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    soltar
    * * *
    foul-smelling
    * * *
    adj foul-smelling
    * * *
    1) : foul, smelly
    2) : pestilent

    Spanish-English dictionary > pestilente

  • 16 tinte

    m.
    2 dyeing.
    3 dry cleaner's.
    4 overtone (rasgo).
    una novela de tintes autobiográficos a novel with autobiographical overtones o elements
    pres.subj.
    1st person singular (yo) Present Subjunctive of Spanish verb: tintar.
    * * *
    2 (proceso) dyeing
    3 (tintorería) dry-cleaner's
    4 figurado (aspecto) shade, colouring (US coloring), overtones plural
    \
    llevar algo al tinte to have something dry-cleaned
    * * *
    noun m.
    1) dye
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=acto) dyeing
    2) (=producto) dye, dyestuff; [para madera] stain
    3) (=tintorería) dry cleaner's; (=taller) dyer's (shop)
    4) (=tendencia) hint

    sin el menor tinte político — without the slightest hint of politics, with no political overtones whatsoever

    5) (=barniz) veneer, gloss
    * * *
    1) ( acción) dyeing; ( sustancia) dye; ( color) color*
    2) (Esp) ( establecimiento) dry cleaner's
    3) (matiz, rasgo) overtone
    * * *
    = dye, ink dye, tint, dyeing, tinge, stain.
    Ex. An exposure to ammonia gas destroys the unexposed dye, and the picture can then be taken out into the light and examined.
    Ex. This paper discusses the influence of fixing treatments on the fastness of ink dyes on paper in aqueous deacidification.
    Ex. The lighting is good but made unharmonious by the use of colour tints.
    Ex. The author provides a list of needed materials, required preparations, and instructions for demonstrating the dyeing of anodized aluminum.
    Ex. This crass suggestion carries with it more than a tinge of suburban elitism.
    Ex. Today, with water-based stains anyone can achieve a beautiful finish in a very short time, using only paintbrushes and rags.
    ----
    * tinte de anilina = aniline dye.
    * * *
    1) ( acción) dyeing; ( sustancia) dye; ( color) color*
    2) (Esp) ( establecimiento) dry cleaner's
    3) (matiz, rasgo) overtone
    * * *
    = dye, ink dye, tint, dyeing, tinge, stain.

    Ex: An exposure to ammonia gas destroys the unexposed dye, and the picture can then be taken out into the light and examined.

    Ex: This paper discusses the influence of fixing treatments on the fastness of ink dyes on paper in aqueous deacidification.
    Ex: The lighting is good but made unharmonious by the use of colour tints.
    Ex: The author provides a list of needed materials, required preparations, and instructions for demonstrating the dyeing of anodized aluminum.
    Ex: This crass suggestion carries with it more than a tinge of suburban elitism.
    Ex: Today, with water-based stains anyone can achieve a beautiful finish in a very short time, using only paintbrushes and rags.
    * tinte de anilina = aniline dye.

    * * *
    A
    1 (acción) dyeing
    2 (sustancia) dye; (color) color*
    tinte natural/artificial/para el pelo natural/artificial/hair dye
    B ( Esp) (establecimiento) dry cleaner's
    C (matiz, rasgo) overtone
    con cierto tinte de escepticismo with skeptical overtones, with a certain note of skepticism
    * * *

    Del verbo tintar: ( conjugate tintar)

    tinté es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) pretérito indicativo

    tinte es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente subjuntivo

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente subjuntivo

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    tintar    
    tinte
    tinte sustantivo masculino
    1 ( acción) dyeing;
    ( sustancia) dye
    2 (Esp) ( establecimiento) dry cleaner's
    tintar verbo transitivo to dye
    tinte sustantivo masculino
    1 (tintorería) dry cleaner's
    2 (teñido) dyeing
    3 (sustancia) dye
    4 (carácter, matiz) overtone
    un tinte trágico, a tragic tone
    ' tinte' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    aclarado
    - agarrar
    - coger
    English:
    dye
    - henna
    - hue
    - rinse
    - stain
    - tint
    - tinge
    - tinted
    * * *
    tinte nm
    1. [sustancia] dye;
    tinte de pelo hair dye
    2. [operación] dyeing
    3. [tintorería] dry cleaner's;
    llevar algo al tinte to take sth to the dry cleaner's, to get sth dry-cleaned
    4. [rasgo] overtone, suggestion;
    declaraciones de claro tinte racista remarks with clearly racist overtones;
    una novela de tintes autobiográficos a novel with autobiographical overtones o elements
    * * *
    m
    1 dye
    2 fig
    veneer, gloss
    * * *
    tinte nm
    1) : dye, coloring
    2) : overtone
    tintes raciales: racial overtones
    * * *
    tinte n (color) dye

    Spanish-English dictionary > tinte

  • 17 teñirse

    1 (el pelo) to dye one's hair
    * * *
    VPR
    1)
    2)
    * * *

    ■teñirse verbo reflexivo
    1 (el pelo) to dye o to tint one's hair
    2 (colorearse, volverse) el cielo se tiñó de rojo, the sky turned red
    ' teñirse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    teñir
    English:
    tint
    * * *
    vpr
    teñirse (el pelo) to dye one's hair;
    se tiñe de rubio he dyes his hair blond
    * * *
    v/r dye

    Spanish-English dictionary > teñirse

  • 18 colorantes azoicos

    m.pl.
    azo-dyes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > colorantes azoicos

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