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tint

1. a shade of a colour, esp a pale one
2. a colour that is softened or desaturated by the addition of white

tint

[′tint]
(graphic arts)
An even tone area on a printed page, often produced by screening black or a color to give a lighter shade.
(optics)
The mixture of a pure color with white.

tint

A light color made by mixing a small amount of the pure color with a large amount of white.

TINT

(1)
Interpreted version of JOVIAL.

[Sammet 1969, p. 528].

tint

(2)
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Vehicles with blue lights are being checked and action would be started against those selling blue lights or selling material to make glass of vehicles tinted.
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Following the rape incident, around 47,000 vehicles have been booked for tinted glasses till Jan 10.
There's probably quite a few people driving around with tinted windows not knowing they are committing an offence.
While privacy is one of the reasons why many people want to get their vehicle tinted, excessive heat leads many more to opt for it as the temperature inside the vehicle could not only get unbearable, it could also damage the belongings.
Northern zone police chief General Mujtaba Patang announced the drive by removing tinted glasses from his own official car on Wednesday.
The technically worded amendment states in part, "[o]n vehicles where none of the windows to the rear of the driver's seat are treated in a manner that allows less than 30% light transmittance, a nonreflective tinted film that allows at least 50% light transmittance, with a 5% variance observed by any law enforcement official metering light transmittance, may be used on the side windows immediately adjacent to each side of the driver.
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It was found 50 were excessively tinted and 37 of those had the effects removed at the clinics.
Officers from Cannock Neighbourhood Policing Unit focused on targeting anti-social use of vehicles such as cars with tinted windows.