Airbrush ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Airbrush ( noun )

  1. A tool that uses compressed air to spray paint or ink onto a surface.
  2. A technique of applying makeup or retouching photographs using an airbrush tool.

Origin:

A combination of the words "air" and "brush", referring to the compressed air that is used to propel the paint or ink through the brush.

Examples:

  1. He used an airbrush to create the realistic texture of the clouds in his painting.
  2. The makeup artist used an airbrush to give the actress a flawless look on camera.
  3. He used the airbrush to touch up some blemishes on the model's face before the photo shoot.
  4. Airbrushing is a popular technique for creating smooth, even skin tones in photographs.
  5. The cake decorator used an airbrush to add intricate designs to the surface of the cake.

(As a verb)

Airbrush ( verb )

  1. A tool that uses compressed air to spray paint or ink onto a surface.
  2. A technique of applying makeup or retouching photographs using an airbrush tool.

Origin:

A combination of the words "air" and "brush", referring to the compressed air that is used to propel the paint or ink through the brush.

Examples:

  1. He used an airbrush to create the realistic texture of the clouds in his painting.
  2. The makeup artist used an airbrush to give the actress a flawless look on camera.
  3. He used the airbrush to touch up some blemishes on the model's face before the photo shoot.
  4. Airbrushing is a popular technique for creating smooth, even skin tones in photographs.
  5. The cake decorator used an airbrush to add intricate designs to the surface of the cake.
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