to make whiter or lighter in color, as by exposure to sunlight or a chemical agent; remove the color from.
Photography. to convert (the silver image of a negative or print) to a silver halide, either to remove the image or to change its tone.
to become whiter or lighter in color.
a bleaching agent.
degree of paleness achieved in bleaching.
an act of bleaching.
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to make or become white or colourless, as by exposure to sunlight, by the action of chemical agents, etc
a bleaching agent
the degree of whiteness resulting from bleaching
the act of bleaching
A chemical agent used to whiten or remove color from textiles, paper, food, and other substances and materials. Chlorine, sodium hypochlorite, and hydrogen peroxide are bleaches. Bleaches remove color by oxidation or reduction.
Usually, bleachers. a typically roofless section of inexpensive and unreserved seats in tiers, especially at an open-air athletic stadium. a person or thing that bleaches. a container, as a vat or tank, used in bleaching. Contemporary Examples This Week’s Hot Reads: July 23, 2012, All-Fiction Edition Mythili Rao July 22, 2012 10 Unforgettable Derek Jeter […]
bleached blonde Historical Examples The Wrong Twin Harry Leon Wilson
a place or establishment where bleaching is carried on. Historical Examples Working With the Working Woman Cornelia Stratton Parker Working With the Working Woman Cornelia Stratton Parker Working With the Working Woman Cornelia Stratton Parker Working With the Working Woman Cornelia Stratton Parker The Home in the Valley Emilie F. Carln North America, Volume I […]
a spectator seated in the bleachers.