Dye

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Dye is a substance used to color materials. It is often used to color the fabric used to make clothing. A pigment won't do this because it won't stick to the fibers of the fabric and color them. A dye can be natural, usually made from plant material such as berries, or artificial, meaning that it is made by humans from chemicals such as petrochemicals.

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