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grayscale

or gray scale

[ grey-skeyl ]
/ ˈgreɪˌskeɪl /
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noun
a scale of achromatic colors having several, usually ten, equal gradations ranging from white to black, used in television and photography.
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Origin of grayscale

First recorded in 1935–40
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Medical definitions for grayscale

gray scale

n.
Gray-scale ultrasonography.
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