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Dyeing hairs is an industry involving millions and millions of rupees. Movie stars hardly venture out without dyeing their hairs even if they are...
Dyeing hairs is an industry involving millions and millions of rupees. Movie stars hardly venture out without dyeing their hairs even if they are nearer to die and in the deathbed. Dye is a substance that gives or adds colour to hairs, fabrics, and others. Dye as a verb refers to apply dye or to colour something or someone. The past tense and past participle of dye are dyed (dye-dyed-dyed). Dyeing – changing colour, or adding colour to the hair; that is the application of the colouring agent which will be available in dry form to which water is added or in liquid substance.
She bought a pair of jeans but she did not like the colour so she dyed it because she liked the fit of it. He dyed her white hair black. Dyer is a person who is specialized in dyeing. Dyeing substances are made from organic products like vegetables and also from chemical substances. Die functions as a noun and a verb. Die as a noun refers to a block of hard metal with a design or image cut into it and it is used for shaping coins, printing, medals, as a stamping paper or leather, cloth fabric, canvas, etc so that the image or the design stands out on the surface.
Dice is a small cube that has spots indented on each side ranging from one to six and it is made out of wood, plastic, bone, synthetic or any other material. (Shakuni in Mahabharata played the trick with the die, also called dice.). The plural of dice is unchanged: dice. Load the dice is an idiom. Dice as a verb refers to gamble using dice, cut the meat or vegetable into pieces, and dice with death is an idiom – risk with one’s life. Dice in some contexts also refers.
Die as verb refers to losing life, stop living and stop functioning. The past tense and past participle of die are died (die-died-died and the present participle is dying). Who can prevent someone from dying? How do we know when we will die? There is no panacea to prevent a life form from dying. One can die of any illness, and there are many illnesses which can visit.
Death cannot be avoided but it can be delayed. Dyeing is a growing industry in India; it is evident from the advertisements for hair colours endorsed by popular actors and sports personalities. Perhaps, the money they gained out of advertisements can use it for their dying days.