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tint

(tint),
A shade of color varying according to the amount of white admixed with the pigment.
[L. tingo, pp. tinctus, to dye]

tint

a shade or gradation of a color, usually a pale or less saturated version of the basic shade.
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Putting tint on the entire car's windshield is not allowed in the new traffic law but drivers can put tint for 5.
Ali Rashid, an Emirati in Salma area, said a friend of his met with a serious accident due to excessive car window tint.
A dip-dyed plastic tint is the most frequently used and cost-effective method of tinting.
Dubai Motorists need to beware of cheap tints available in the market that may not last even one summer.
Dior's Hydra Life Skin Tint pounds 28 The feeling of instant moisture-quenching goodness is immediate when you apply this new skin tint from Dior.
Anything that restricts the vision while driving is dangerous and for those who failed to attend the clinics and have the tints removed will be summoned.
Legally there needs to be 70 per cent of available light penetrating the windows and the maximum amount of tint allowed is 30 per cent.
Twenty years ago you were limited to black tint only, but now the options are endless.
The tint gives the surgical team assurance that the site has been prepped, while still allowing visualization of the skin.
The tinted lens option provides the wearer the opportunity to choose which tint he or she prefers--clear, blue mirrored w/anti-fog, yellow w/anti-fog, grey w/anti-fog or clear w/anti-fog.
Empty frosting into medium bowl; tint with 9 drops yellow and 6 drops red food coloring to make orange frosting.
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