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Definition of “dye” - Learner’s Dictionary

dye

verb [T]     /daɪ/ ( present participle dyeing, past tense and past participle dyed)
to change the colour of something by using a dye: He dyed his hair pink last week.Paints, dyes and pigmentsColour - general words
Translations of “dye”
in Arabic يَصْبُغ…
in Korean 염색하다…
in Malaysian mewarna…
in French teindre…
in Turkish boyamak…
in Italian tingere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 給…染色…
in Russian красить…
in Polish farbować, barwić…
in Vietnamese nhuộm…
in Spanish tinte, teñir…
in Portuguese tingir…
in Thai ย้อมสี…
in German färben…
in Catalan tenyir…
in Japanese ~を染める, ~が染まる…
in Indonesian memberi warna, mencelup…
in Chinese (Simplified) 给…染色…
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