Associations to the word «Ink»
Pictures for the word «Ink»
INK, noun. A pigment (or dye)-based fluid used for writing, printing etc.
INK, noun. (countable) A particular type, color or container of this fluid.
INK, noun. The black or dark-colored fluid ejected by squid, octopus etc, as a protective strategy.
INK, noun. (slang) (uncountable) Publicity.
INK, noun. (slang) (uncountable) Tattoo work.
INK, noun. (slang) Cheap red wine.
INK, verb. (transitive) To apply ink to; to cover or smear with ink.
INK, verb. (transitive) To sign (a document) (with or as if with ink).
INK, verb. (transitive) To apply a tattoo to (someone).
INK BOTTLE, noun. A bottle of ink, especially one which a pen may be dipped into; inkwell.
INK DOT, noun. Alternative form of inkdot
INK ERADICATOR, noun. An ink eraser of the chemical kind.
INK ERADICATORS, noun. Plural of ink eradicator
INK ERASER, noun. An instrument used to remove ink from a writing surface, either (traditionally) a metal scraper or (more recently) a special pen dispensing a chemical that eradicates ink.
INK ERASERS, noun. Plural of ink eraser
INK FOUNTAIN, noun. The container which is a part of a rotary printing press and in which ink is kept during the printing process.
INK PAD, noun. Alternative spelling of ink-pad
INK PADS, noun. Plural of ink pad
INK SLINGER, noun. (idiomatic) writer, especially writer of low-quality writing.
INK SLINGER, noun. (idiomatic) tattooist
INK WELL, noun. Alternative spelling of inkwell
INK WELLS, noun. Plural of ink well
INK, noun. A liquid used for printing or writing or drawing.
INK, noun. Dark protective fluid ejected into the water by cuttlefish and other cephalopods.
INK, verb. Append one's signature to; "They inked the contract".
INK, verb. Mark, coat, cover, or stain with ink; "he inked his finger".
INK, verb. Fill with ink; "ink a pen".
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