Definition of Opaquing

1. Verb. (present participle of opaque) ¹



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Definition of Opaquing

1. opaque [v] - See also: opaque

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Opaquing

opalizing
opalotype
opalotypes
opals
opanak
opaque
opaque gem
opaque microscope
opaqued
opaquely
opaqueness
opaquenesses
opaquer
opaques
opaquest
opaquing (current term)
opcode
opcodes
ope
oped
opeidoscope
opelet
opelets
open
open(a)
open-air
open-air(a)
open-air market
open-air marketplace
open-and-shut

Literary usage of Opaquing

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1. A Reading List on Scientific and Industrial Research and the Service of the by Clarence Jay West (1921)
"The opaquing material is formed of zirconium oxide combined with silica and about 3-4 ... opaquing composition for use in vitreous enamels. Aug. 17, 1915. ..."

2. A French-English Dictionary for Chemists by Austin McDowell Patterson (1921)
"... pa opaquing, rendering opaque. — m. opaquing agent, something that causes opaqueness. opacifier, r.í. opaque, render opaque. ..."

3. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1910)
"A plain, white background should be used always, because the machine being black it stands out in the negative and makes the opaquing easier. ..."

4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1922)
"The time required is materially shortened, in that the negative requires no opaquing, and the results are so gratifying in the way of improved reproductions ..."

5. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1915)
"opaquing-agents for white enamels. P, 363; arc light electrodes. P. 1156; core paste for arc light electrodes. P, 2038; Fe enamels, P, 2301; white enamels, ..."

6. The Microscope: An Introduction to Microscopic Methods and to Histology by Simon Henry Gage (1920)
"... or other opaquing medium. In the print there will be pure white where the opaque is painted on the glass. Use a fine brush and put on a layer which does ..."

7. Factory Organization and Administration by Hugo Diemer (1921)
"Shades usually receive rough treatment in a shop, and are certainly shortlived, hence opaquing the glass is usually preferred to installing shades. ..."

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