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Englisch - Türkisch
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Bleached yellow wax used especially in cosmetics, ointments, and cerates, called also white wax or çera alba
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Englisch - Englisch
A wax secreted by bees from which they make honeycomb; or, the processed form of this wax used in the manufacture of various goods
To polish (something) with beeswax
“Business”; in phrases like mind your own beeswax and none of your beeswax
A natural substance obtained from bees' honeycombs As a thickener and emulsifier commonly found in salves and lotions, beeswax reduces inflammation, softens skin, and has antioxidant properties
It has several uses in painting It makes varnishes and paints appear matte In encaustic painting, it is used as the binding medium It can be blended with oils, resins and diluents for use in oil painting media A small addition to oil paint is said to slow drying and reduce yellowing, as well as improve the stability of paint and make it more suitable for impasto effects It may also be used as a final varnish and employed in temperas
It was traditionally used to strengthen thread for hand quilting Though it is not required when using quilting thread, it can strengthen regular sewing thread, if you need to match a colour not available in quilting thread
Secreted wax from the underside glands of the bee abdomen; bees mold the wax to form honeycomb
The wax secreted by bees, and of which their cells are constructed
Yes, that lovely smelling wax has a useful purpose in making books! An indispensable product that every bookbinder should have on their table Use it to wax linen (thread) before sewing or use it to bring the edges of your leather journal to a high gloss Volcano Book Arts sells 1 oz bars of beeswax for your convenience
Use in soap, lotions, creams, balms, salves May use cosmetic grade, white filtered pellets or natural Adds hardness and works with borax to emulsify ingredients
Purified wax from the honey-comb of the bee Used primarily as an emulsifier
a yellow to brown wax secreted by honeybees to build honeycombs cover with beeswax; "Chris beeswaxed the kitchen table
a yellow to brown wax secreted by honeybees to build honeycombs
Beeswax is wax that is made by bees and used especially for making candles and furniture polish. Commercially useful wax secreted by worker honeybees to make the cell walls of the honeycomb. A bee consumes an estimated 6-10 lbs (3-4.5 kg) of honey for each pound of the wax it secretes in small flakes from glands on the underside of its abdomen. After honey removal, the comb is melted to produce the beeswax, which ranges from yellow to almost black. It is used for candles (often for churches), artificial fruit and flowers, modeling wax, and as an ingredient of furniture and floor waxes, leather dressings, waxed paper, lithographic inks, cosmetics, and ointments
A substance produced by bees to build honeycombs It is collected by heating the honeycomb in water (after removing the honey) so that the floating wax can be separated after solidification when cool Beeswax (melting point 61-69°C) is used to make candles, polishes, inks, cosmetics, and ointments In cosmetics, it is used as a thickener, emulsifier and stiffening agent in creams, lotions, lipsticks, etc
This is a wax used for batik as a resist, it doesn't crack very well if any and is usually mixed with paraffin to create a crackling effect It melts at 120 degrees
cover with beeswax; "Chris beeswaxed the kitchen table"
{i} wax secreted by bees
An emulsifier, taken from honeycomb Benefits: Forms a protective network on the skin's surface It is also an anti-oxidant and therefore has some free radical-scavenging ability (ie - fights harmful pollutants)
The wax secreted by bees from which they make honeycombs, or the processed form of this wax used in the manufacture of various goods
mind your own beeswax
See mind your own business

Aw, mind your own beeswax,” said Henry.

none of your beeswax
A riposte to badgering questioning, expressing a refusal to answer, and an insistence that the questioner cease prying any further

None of your beeswax,” answered Henry.

third-person singular of beeswax