tint

An area of tone made by a pattern of dots, which lightens the apparent colour of the ink with which it is printed.

Tint

• (n.) A color considered with reference to other very similar colors; as, red and blue are different colors, but two shades of scarlet are different tints. • (n.) A slight coloring. • (n.) A shaded effect produced by the juxtaposition of many fine parallel lines. • (n.) A pale or faint tinge of any color. • (v. t.) To give...
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tint

(from the article `painting`) Intense hues are termed chromatic colours. The achromatic range is made up of hues reduced in intensity by the addition of white, making the tints, ...
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Tint

[magazine] Tint magazine is a quarterly global zine and independent magazine published in Detroit, Michigan. Though its motto `Celebrating Women of Every Color` targets all women, the magazine typically covers issues from the voices of women of color, and often from a politically left-wing perspective. Tint began as a multicultural women`s ...
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Tint

Tint noun [ For older tinct , from Latin tinctus , past participle of tingere to dye: confer French teinte , teint , Italian tinta , tinto . See Tinge , and confer Taint to stain, a stain, Tent a kind of wine, Tinto .] A...
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Tint

Tint transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Tinted ; present participle & verbal noun Tinting .] To give a slight coloring to; to tinge.
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Tint

A color or hue that has white added to change its lightness or darkness.
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Tint

A halftone screen that contains all the same sized dots.
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tint

A hue with white added.
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Tint

A light hue of color.
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Tint

A light hue of color.
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Tint

A light value of the color.
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tint

A shade of colour varying according to the amount of white admixed with the pigment. ... Origin: L. Tingo, pp. Tinctus, to dye ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Tint

A slight dusting of one color over another color; a variation in the intensity of color
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Tint

A transparent plastic film applied to a vehicles windows that reduces visible light transmission and, in some cases, rejects heat by reducing UV and infrared transmissions.
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Tint

Alternate term for Screen tint.
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Tint

Graphic elements printed with less than 100% ink coverage and the effect of adding white to a solid colour.
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Tint

Light color, usually used for backgrounds.
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Tint

Lighter value of a pure hue, made by adding white.
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Tint

lost.
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Tint

Percentage shade of a colour
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Tint

Screening or adding white to a solid colour for results of lightening that specific colour.
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Tint

Shades of white in a finished print, controlled by the color of the paper, varying from white to buff.
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tint

Term for a color lightened with white. Also, in a mixture of colors, the tint is the dominant color.
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Tint

Tint is what is produced when a colour is lightened or reduced by the addition of white.
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