Add a color to or change the color of (something) by soaking it in a solution impregnated with a dye
I dyed my hair blonde
dyed black hair
Take color well or badly during such a process
it's good material—it should dye well
A natural or synthetic substance used to add a color to or change the color of something
a usually soluble substance for staining or coloring e.g. fabrics or hair
color with dye; "Please dye these shoes"
(dyed) bleached: (used of color) artificially produced; not natural; "a bleached blonde"
(dyeing) the use of dye to change the color of something permanently
A dye can generally be described as a colored substance that has an affinity to the to which it is being applied. The dye is generally applied in an aqueous solution, and may require a mordant to improve the fastness of the dye on the fiber.
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Dyeing is the process of imparting colours to a textile material in loose fibre, yarn, cloth or garment form by treatment with a dye.
(dyed) Coloured or tinted with dye
(Dyed) (also referred to as "Painted") is the term used to describe a finish which is achieved by applying surface colorants and/or stains to the finished bead with heat or solvents. Transparent beads are usually labeled "dyed"; while opaque beads are labeled "painted". ...
(Dyed) fur that has been processed to change its color
(Dyeing) Process of applying dye to create a new color. Dyeing is sometimes also used to correct any imperfections and to improve uniformity. Sometimes the pelt is bleached white before color is added.
(Dyeing) Process of coloring fiber or fabrics with either natural or synthetic dyes.
(DYEING) coloring reed or any other material used in basket making with any number of natural or commercial dyes.
(DYEING) A type of treatment that changes a pearl’s colour. It is usually used to create pearls with colours that cannot be made naturally, including dazzling metallic green, bright orange, wine purple, and so on.
(Dyeing) Method used to impart color to textiles. It involves the use of complex organic or chemical dyestuffs, which under proper conditions will actually combine with the textile fibers. There are many ways fabric can be dyed.
(Dyeing) The coloring of leather using a penetrating, transparent or translucent, fluid, as opposed to painting with an opaque pigment.
(Dyeing) The industrial process to add color to fibre, yarn, fabric, or garments.
(Dyeing) The process of adding color to textiles in either fiber, yarn or fabric form.
(Dyeing) The process of applying dyes to fibres, yarns, fabrics or garments. The type of dye, method used and liquor ratio (i.e. The amount of water used relative to the amount of fabric) has a huge influence on resource utilisation.
(Dyeing) This process is prevalent with chalcedony (agate) and cultured pearls to create colors that do not exist naturally. Common examples are black for agate (onyx) and pink, blue, purple, gray or bronze for cultured pearls. Dyeing of these materials is permanent.
(Dyeing) adding colors to rug/carpet fiber, yarn or fabric; face fiber dyeing can be done before yarn is spun (solution or stock dyeing), after it (skein, package or space dyeing) and after rug/carpet is put together (piece and continuous dyeing, printing)
(dyeing (transaction)) changing the color of a garment. Garments were re-dyed to change or refresh the color, hide stains, or to provide mourning clothes on short notice.
(dyeing) the application of color, either by spraying, hand-rubbing or immersion.
(Dyes) Dye is used to color fabric. There are two main types: Natural dyes, and synthetic dyes. The process is called Dyeing.