Indian ink
a black ink, made from lampblack, used for printing and artwork.

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  • indian ink —  Indian Ink  (India Ink, China Ink, Chinese Ink)  Тушь   Черные жидкие чернила, содержащие в качестве пигмента ламповую сажу …   Толковый англо-русский словарь по нанотехнологии. - М.

  • Indian ink — ► NOUN ▪ deep black ink used especially in drawing and technical graphics. ORIGIN originally applied to Chinese and Japanese pigments imported to Europe via India …   English terms dictionary

  • indian ink — noun Usage: usually capitalized I Etymology: indian (II) 1; from a belief that it was made in India Britain : india ink …   Useful english dictionary

  • Indian ink — (also N. Amer. India ink) noun deep black ink containing dispersed carbon particles, used especially in drawing and technical graphics. Origin C17: orig. applied to Chinese and Japanese pigments prepared in solid blocks and imported to Europe via …   English new terms dictionary

  • Indian ink — /ɪndiən ˈɪŋk/ (say indeeuhn ingk) noun 1. a black pigment consisting of lampblack mixed with glue. 2. a liquid ink from this. Also, US, India ink …   Australian English dictionary

  • Indian ink — (sometimes l.c.) Brit. See India ink. * * * …   Universalium

  • Indian ink — n. black ink used for painting and calligraphy …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Indian ink — noun (U) BrE black ink used especially for Chinese or Japanese writing with a brush …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Indian ink — Тушь …   Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии

  • Indian Ink (play) — Indian Ink is a 1995 play by Tom Stoppard, based on his 1991 radio play In the Native State . Indian Ink had its first performance at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, and opened at the Aldwych Theatre, London, on February 27, 1995. The… …   Wikipedia

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