monochrome monochrome  /ˈmɑ nə ˌkroʊm/


  1. (n) painting done in a range of tones of a single color
  2. (n) a black-and-white photograph or slide
  3. (adj) having or appearing to have only one color


  1. That monochrome interface! That clunky touchwheel! It looks like something a caveman whittled from a piece of flint using another piece of flint.
  2. The other is a little always-on monochrome display that shares quick facts, like your flash setting or the number of shots remaining on your memory card.
  3. There it was Technicolor romance; here it is stygian monochrome.


  1. OKI Data Americas Unveils Two New Mid-Workgroup Series A4 Color And Monochrome Multifunction Printers Featuring The ...

    OKI Data Americas announces the expansion of its broad and award-winning product portfolio with the introduction of two new series of full-featured, A4 multifunction printers (MFPs) – the MC770/MC780 Series color MFPs and the MB760/MB770 Series monochrome MFPs.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Business Solutions

  2. OKI Data Americas Introduces B721dn And B731dn Digital Monochrome Printers For The Mid-Workgroup Segment

    OKI Data Americas announces availability of an enhanced series of monochrome single function printers for high volume applications – the B721dn and B731dn. Building on the award-winning legacy of its B700 Series, these new OKI printers deliver a higher toner yield of up to 36,000 page capacity with one piece consumable; 250,000-280,000 monthly duty cycle on the B721dn and B731dn, respectively ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Business Solutions

Wiki Images for monochrome

definition of monochrome


  1. However Sir Ian, giving evidence yesterday to the Metropolitan police authority's race and faith inquiry, said: "Anybody who has read the Macpherson report would recognise an institution that was treating people in a very monochrome way. I do not...
    on Apr 6, 2009 By: Sir Ian Blair Source:

  2. "It was absurd to be dressed up like actors in a monochrome restoration comedy when dealing with cutting-edge science," said Hugh Laddie, a former patent judge who quit the bench three years ago to return to private practice, in an interview.
    on May 20, 2008 By: Hugh Laddie Source: Bloomberg

  3. "Every handset maker has realised that a built-in flashlight and FM radio are a big hit in the rural handset market. You would think that a monochrome display would satisfy an illiterate villager. But it is not so. We have studied the market and...
    on Sep 30, 2008 By: Kishore Kumar Source: EE Times India

Word of the Day
adulterate adulterate
/ə ˈdəl tə ˌreɪt /