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1. a darker area indicated in a painting, drawing, etc., by shading
2. a colour that varies slightly from a standard colour due to a difference in hue, saturation, or luminosity
The color of a mixture of pigments or dyes which has some black pigment or dye in it.
1. A material hung from, and coiled on, a ratcheted spring-activated roller; used to provide privacy, to darken a room, or to reduce the amount of sunlight striking a window.
2. The result of the addition of a black dispersion to a mixture of white and color.
3.See shading and blending.
4.See shade screen.