Monochromatic meaning

mŏn'ə-krō-măt'ĭk
Having or appearing to have only one color.
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Of or composed of radiation of only one wavelength.

Monochromatic light.

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Done in monochrome.

Monochromatic paintings.

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Exhibiting monochromatism.
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Unvarying or dull.
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Of or having one color.
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Of, done in, or having to do with monochrome.
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Of or producing electromagnetic radiation of one wavelength or within a very small range of wavelengths.
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Of, having, or having to do with monochromatism.
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Having or appearing to have only one color.
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Of or composed of radiation of only one wavelength.

Monochromatic light.

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Exhibiting monochromatism.
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Consisting of a single wavelength of light or other radiation. Lasers, for example, usually produce monochromatic light.
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Having or appearing to have only one color.
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Having only one color, represented by differing hues and tints. For example shades in a black and white television.
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Perceptive of only one color; unable to distinguish colors; total color blindness.
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(figuratively) Plain, dull, lifeless.
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Origin of monochromatic

From mono- +"Ž chromatic, mono- from Ancient Greek μόνος (monos, “alone, only, sole, single"), chromatic from Ancient Greek χρῶμα (khroma, “color").