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tint

 (tĭnt)
n.
1. A shade of a color, especially a pale or delicate variation.
2. A gradation of a color made by adding white to it to lessen its saturation.
3. A barely detectable amount or degree; a trace.
4. A shaded effect in engraving produced by fine, close, parallel lines.
5. Printing A panel of light color on which matter in another color is to be printed, as in an illustration.
6. A dye for the hair.
tr. & intr.v. tint·ed, tint·ing, tints
To give a tint to or take on a tint.

[Alteration of tinct.]

tint′er n.
Translations
zabarvený
tonede
sävytetty
zatamnjen
薄く色を着けた
엷은 빛깔의
färgad
สีอ่อน
được nhuộm

tinted

[ˈtɪntɪd] ADJ [glass, windscreen] → tintado; [spectacles] → ahumado; [hair] → teñido

tinted

[ˈtɪntɪd] adj
[hair] → teint(e)
[spectacles, glass] → teinté(e)tin whistle nflûtiau m

tinted

adj hair, spectacles, glassgetönt

tinted

[ˈtɪntɪd] adj (hair) → tinto/a; (spectacles, glass) → colorato/a
tinted windows (Aut) → cristalli mpl fumé inv

tinted

مُلَوَّن zabarvený tonede getönt χρωματιστός coloreado sävytetty teint zatamnjen fumé 薄く色を着けた 엷은 빛깔의 getint tonet przyciemniony tingido окрашенный färgad สีอ่อน boyalı được nhuộm 带色彩的
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Dip an oar, and its blade turns to splendid frosted silver, tinted with blue.
The sulphur coating of that island was gaudy in the extreme--all mingled together in the richest confusion were red, blue, brown, black, yellow, white--I do not know that there was a color, or shade of a color, or combination of colors, unrepresented--and when the sun burst through the morning mists and fired this tinted magnificence, it topped imperial Vesuvius like a jeweled crown!
It had the semblance of a pleasant meadow, whose slender grasses and whose velvety mosses were frosted with a shining dust, and tinted with palest green that deepened gradually to the darkest hue of the orange leaf, and deepened yet again into gravest brown, then faded into orange, then into brightest gold, and culminated in the delicate pink of a new-blown rose.
But in the corridors that followed the suite, there stood, opposite to each window, a heavy tripod, bearing a brazier of fire, that projected its rays through the tinted glass and so glaringly illumined the room.
And now again the music swells, and the dreams live, and writhe to and fro more merrily than ever, taking hue from the many tinted windows through which stream the rays from the tripods.
He was always well dressed, very neat and plain, but his eyes were weak, just as mine are, and he wore tinted glasses against the glare.
in height; strongly built, sallow complexion, black hair, a little bald in the centre, bushy, black side-whiskers and moustache; tinted glasses, slight infirmity of speech.
With the connivance and assistance of his wife he disguised himself, covered those keen eyes with tinted glasses, masked the face with a moustache and a pair of bushy whiskers, sunk that clear voice into an insinuating whisper, and doubly secure on account of the girl's short sight, he appears as Mr.
So were the tinted spectacles and the curious voice, which both hinted at a disguise, as did the bushy whiskers.
HYDERABAD -- On the directives of Inspector General National Highways and Motorway Police the crackdown against the vehicles using illegal number plates and tinted glasses is continue from Karachi to Matiari district.
But most of these, specifically 14,645 vehicles, had heavily tinted windows, making it impossible for the agency to check if drivers complied with the policy.
RAWALPINDI -- City traffic police has launched a comprehensive campaign aganist the tinted glasses, fake number plates and wihtout registeration vehicles here Sunday.