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الإنجليزية - التركية
verniklemek
cila sürmek
cila sürmek
{f} verniklemek
vernik

Çerçeve kumlanmak ve verniklenmek zorunda. - The frame has to be sanded and varnished.

cila

Annem tırnak cilası kullanmama izin vermiyor. - Mum doesn't let me wear nail varnish.

Kitap raflarımı tekrar cilalamak zorunda kalacağım gibi görünüyor. - It looks like I'm going to have to varnish my bookshelves again.

lak
parlatıcı
{f} vernikle

Çerçeve kumlanmak ve verniklenmek zorunda. - The frame has to be sanded and varnished.

cilalamak

Kitap raflarımı tekrar cilalamak zorunda kalacağım gibi görünüyor. - It looks like I'm going to have to varnish my bookshelves again.

parlaklık
yapmacık kibarlık
sırlamak
dış görünüş
emaye
görünüşte süslemek
içyüzünü gizlemek
yapma kibarlık
(Tıp) Alkol, eter veya yağda eritilmiş reçine eriyiği, vernik, cila
{i} vernik,vernik
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
{v} lacker
To gloss over a defect
A type of paint with a solvent that evaporates to leave a hard, transparent, glossy film
To cover up with varnish
By extension: A deceptively showy appearance
{n} a shining liquid substance, cover gloss
{v} to set a gloss, adorn, cover, palliate
vernish
A solution of resin used to coat paintings This top layer coating both protects the piece and controls gloss Varnish is also used as an ingredient in some mediums
Êa thin, protective coating applied to a printed sheet for protection or to add a glossy appearance
A clear, liquid coating, either matte or glossy, that is applied to a printed product for protection and appearance
A clear shiny ink used to add gloss to printed pieces The primary component of the ink vehicle Reference, vehicle
A clear, liquid, resinous coating, either matte or glossy, that is applied to a printed product for protection and appearance
A clear coating applied for protection or design over a printed piece It can be applied over the entire piece (flood varnish) or selected areas of the piece (spot varnish) Varnish comes in both gloss and dull finishes
A finish that contains either natural or synthetic oils that are refined by boiling and cooking with the addition of dryers Slow to cure, but can be accelerated by the addition of heat When used as a sealer, it is often burnished with a buffer and pads, the friction of which accelerates the curing process Ambers well, somewhat stain and spot resistant, but may be scratched easily when new due to slow curing time
To cover or conceal with something that gives a fair appearance; to give a fair coloring to by words; to gloss over; to palliate; as, to varnish guilt
A coating added on top of paper to serve as protection, add a finish, or add a tinge of color Varnishes are very effective in adding emphasis or eye-appeal to printed material
An artificial covering to give a fair appearance to any act or conduct; outside show; gloss
The varnish on an object is the hard, clear, shiny surface that it has when it has been painted with varnish. He brought out the fiddle, its varnish cracked and blistered
{i} surface coat (usually of paint) which glazes and protects; solution which provides a glossy or protective coating, lacquer; superficially polished appearance
That which resembles varnish, either naturally or artificially; a glossy appearance
A liquid composition that is converted to a transparent solid film after being applied in a thin layer
To lay varnish on; to cover with a liquid which produces, when dry, a hard, glossy surface; as, to varnish a table; to varnish a painting
When applied the varnish soon dries, either by evaporation or chemical action, and the resinous part forms thus a smooth, hard surface, with a beautiful gloss, capable of resisting, to a greater or less degree, the influences of air and moisture
[1] A deposit on the interior of the engine caused by the engine oil breaking down under prolonged heat and use Certain portions of the oil deposit themselves in hard coatings of varnish
A thin, protective coating applied to a printed sheet for protection or appearance
A coating added on top of ink to server as protection, or enhanced apperance Varnishes are very effective in adding emphasis, or eye-appeal to printed material Gloss and dull varnishes are available
paint that provides a hard glossy transparent coating cover with varnish
A clear coating put on by the press to prevent marking or to add shine to pictures This counts as another color when figuring an estimate
Varnish in the printing process is just like varnish at home When a color piece is varnished after printing, the resulting piece has a very bright and shiny finish
A thin, clear coating applied to a printed piece for protection or special effect
A thickened preparation of drying oil or drying oil and resin suitable for spreading on surfaces to form continuous, transparent coatings, or for mixing with pigments to make enamels
It is varnishing with special layer the final preparation of the book Vignette - It is the ornament collection of many corps with which unlimited ornaments combinations are done
A clear liquid applied to the printed surfaces for looks and protection Can be flood (entire page) or spot (specific areas of the page)
A colorless transparent ink used for special effects or as a protective coating Varnish can have a matte or glossy finish
cover with varnish
A printed coating applied over a printed sheet to add gloss and protection
A coating added on top of paper to serve as protection, or enhance appearance Varnishes are very effective in adding emphasis or eye-appeal to printed material Gloss and dull varnishes are available
A viscid liquid, consisting of a solution of resinous matter in an oil or a volatile liquid, laid on work with a brush, or otherwise
a transparent, protective coating applied to the canvas after the oil is completely dry It can prevent scratches from accidental blows, and is fairly easily removed if there is a long term accumulation of dirt Otherwise, the dirt becomes embedded into the paint surface, and cleaning becomes a painstaking task However, varnishes, especially when old, can become yellow, and need removal if the painting is to be seen properly
Varnish is an oily liquid which is painted onto wood or other material to give it a hard, clear, shiny surface. The varnish comes in six natural wood shades
{f} cover with a protective (often glossy) coating; give something a superficially polished appearance
paint that provides a hard glossy transparent coating
To apply varnish
a thin, protective coating applied to a printed sheet for protection or to add a glossy appearance
Anything resembling such a paint
If you varnish something, you paint it with varnish. Varnish the table with two or three coats of water-based varnish the varnished floorboards. see also nail varnish. a clear liquid that is painted onto things, especially things made of wood, to protect them, or the hard shiny surface produced by this (vernis, from veronix type of resin used for making varnish). to cover something with varnish
Clear or pigmented coatings formulated with various resins and designed to dry by chemical reaction on exposure to air These coatings are intended to provide a durable transparent or translucent solid protective film
to varnish

    الواصلة

    to var·nish

    التركية النطق

    tı värnîş

    النطق

    /tə ˈvärnəsʜ/ /tə ˈvɑːrnɪʃ/

    كلمة اليوم

    pogonip
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