to change the colour of something (hair or fabric)
Past Participle form
I dye my hair every month.
She dyes t-shirts to make them more interesting.
A: Do you dye your hair?
B: I used to dye the roots to hide the grey but now I don't bother.
A: Oh, why not.
B: I'm going to grow old gracefully.
We dyed t-shirts in school to make them multi-coloured.
Oh no! You accidently dyed my white shirts pint!
A: Don't look at Jenny.
A: She dyed her her bright purple.
B: I bet it looks awful.
I'm dyeing my hair tonight! I can't wait.
We're dyeing a t-shirt blue for Jason's sports day.
A: What are we doing today?
B: I'm dyeing my hair blonde. I've always wanted to so now is the time.
A: Lovely. What shade of blonde?
B: Like a straw colour.
I've dyed my hair! Do you like it?!
He's dyed his hair black since he started going grey.
A: Have you every dyed your hair?
B: Once, when I was young.
B: Because a footballer did it.