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  1. pigment

    • IPA[ˈpɪɡm(ə)nt]

    英式

    • n.
      the natural colouring matter of animal or plant tissue;a substance used for colouring or painting, especially a dry powder, which when mixed with oil, water, or another medium constitutes a paint or ink
    • v.
      colour (something) with or as if with pigment
    • noun: pigment, plural noun: pigments

    • verb: pigment, 3rd person present: pigments, gerund or present participle: pigmenting, past tense: pigmented, past participle: pigmented

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the natural colouring matter of animal or plant tissue:

      carotenoid pigments are red, orange, or yellow

      the loss of pigment in the skin

    • 2. a substance used for colouring or painting, especially a dry powder, which when mixed with oil, water, or another medium constitutes a paint or ink:

      all the frescoes are painted with earth pigments

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. colour (something) with or as if with pigment:

      the therapy masks the appearance of stretch marks by pigmenting skin

    • adj. coloured with or containing pigment:

    • pigmented areas such as freckles and birthmarks

      pigmented inks

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    • adj. colored with or containing pigment:

    • pigmented areas such as freckles and birthmarks

      pigmented inks

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    • n. a layer of pigmented cells in the retina of the eye, overlying the choroid.

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    • n. a substance (such as haemoglobin or haemocyanin) with a molecule consisting of protein with a pigmented prosthetic group, involved in the physiological transport of oxygen or electrons.

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    • n. a substance (such as hemoglobin or hemocyanin) with a molecule consisting of protein with a pigmented prosthetic group, involved in the physiological transport of oxygen or electrons.

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    • n. a layer of pigmented cells in the retina of the eye, overlying the choroid.

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    • 更多解釋
    • n.
      the natural coloring matter of animal or plant tissue:
    • carotenoid pigments are red, orange, or yellow

      the loss of pigment in the skin

    • v.
      color (something) with or as if with pigment:
    • the therapy masks the appearance of stretch marks by pigmenting skin

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