deprive of colour

deprive of colour
Макаров: обесцветить, обесцвечивать

Универсальный англо-русский словарь. . 2011.

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  • achromatise — /əˈkroʊmətaɪz/ (say uh krohmuhtuyz) verb (t) (achromatised, achromatising) to make achromatic; deprive of colour. Also, achromatize. –achromatisation, noun …  

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