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pigment

noun   /ˈpɪɡ.mənt/
a substance that gives something a particular colour when it is present in it or is added to it pigmento Melanin is the dark brown pigment of the hair, skin, and eyes that is present in varying amounts in every human being. Pigment is mixed into oil, glue, egg, etc. to make different types of paint.132
pigmented adjective   /pɪɡˈmen.tɪd/
(Definition of pigment from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pigment

noun /ˈpiɡmənt/
any substance used for colouring/coloring, making paint etc pigmento People used to make paint and dyes from natural pigments.
a substance in plants or animals that gives colour/color to the skin, leaves etc pigmento Some people have darker pigment in their skin than others.
pigmentation noun
colouring/coloring (of skin etc) pigmentación Some illnesses cause a loss of pigmentation.
(Definition of pigment from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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