[toh-ner] /ˈtoʊ nər/
a person or thing that .
a highly concentrated organic pigment containing little or no inert matter.
a powder, either dry or dispersed in an organic liquid, used in xerography to produce the final image.
Also called chemical toner. Photography, Movies. a chemical solution used to change the color of and, in some cases, help preserve black-and-white prints and motion-picture film by altering or replacing the silver image.
a worker for a paint manufacturer who tests the color and quality of paint.
a cosmetic preparation, usually a liquid, used to restore firmness to the skin.
a person or thing that tones or produces tones, esp a concentrated pure organic pigment
a cosmetic preparation that is applied to produce a required effect, such as one that softens or alters hair colour or one that reduces the oiliness of the skin
(photog) a chemical solution that softens or alters the colour of the tones of a photographic image
a powdered chemical used in photocopying machines and laser printers, which is transferred onto paper to form the printed image
1888, agent noun from tone (v.). As a photography chemical, from 1920; in xerography, from 1954.
noun 1. warfare with asphyxiating, poisonous, or corrosive gases, oil flames, etc. noun 1. warfare in which chemicals other than explosives are used as weapons, esp warfare using asphyxiating or nerve gases, poisons, defoliants, etc The use of chemical agents as a weapon of war or terror. From the mustard gas used in World War […]
noun, Geology. 1. any of the various weathering processes that cause exposed rock to undergo chemical decomposition, changing the chemical and mineralogical composition of the rock: Oxygen and acids are agents in chemical weathering.
combining form 1. chemical: chemicophysical