burnished

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} parlat
parlak
burned
yakılmış

Yüzlerce ailenin evi yakılmıştı. - The homes of hundreds of families were burned.

burned
yanmış

Yol boyunca bazı yanmış yapılar vardı. - There were some burned-out structures along the road.

Tom'un bacağı fena halde yanmıştı. - Tom's leg was badly burned.

burned
yanık
burned
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burned
göynük
burned
açığa vurma
burnish
dışarı çıkarmak
burnish
parlaklık
burnish
perdahçı
burnish
perdahlamak
burnish
perdahlama
burnish
(Otomotiv) parlatma
burnish
parlatmak
burnish
cilâlamak
burnish
parlat
burned
yan

Ateş parlak bir şekilde yandı. - The fire burned up brightly.

O kadar yoğun yandı ki çocukları onu artık tanımadı. - She was burned so extensively that her children no longer recognized her.

burnish
{f} cilalamak
burnish
{i} cila, parlaklık
burnish
burnishercilâcı perdahçı
burnish
parlat,v.parlat: n.parlaklık
burnish
cilâlı olmak
burnish
parlaklık revnak
burnish
cilâ
burnish
cilala
burnish
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Englisch - Englisch
Simple past tense and past participle of burnish
Polished, made shiny by rubbing (especially with a burnisher)
Past tense of burnish
made smooth and bright by or as if by rubbing; reflecting a sheen or glow; "bright silver candlesticks"; "a burnished brass knocker"; "she brushed her hair until it fell in lustrous auburn waves"; "rows of shining glasses"; "shiny black patents"
{s} shined, polished
You can describe something as burnished when it is bright or smooth. The clouds glowed like burnished gold. = polished
burned
burnished brass
polished brass (alloy consisting essentially of copper and zinc)
burnished metal
metal which has been polished to a high shine
burnish
to make brilliant or shining
burnish
{v} to polish, bright, growbright
burnish
the property of being smooth and shiny
burnish
{f} make shiny or smooth by rubbing, polish
burnish
To apply to or finish by the act of rubbing
burnish
polish and make shiny; "buff the wooden floors"; "buff my shoes"
burnish
To burnish the image of someone or something means to improve their image. The European Parliament badly needs a president who can burnish its image. = improve
burnish
Smooth or shiny area above the breakout on a sheared edge Also called shear or cut band
burnish
Before firing, a hardening clay pot is burnished – rubbed with a smooth, hard implement – to compact the clay and make it smooth, shiny and watertight
burnish
The effect of burnishing; gloss; brightness; luster
burnish
To smooth the surface of a pot by rubbing with a hard object to give a finish with a polished effect
burnish
Part of the method for correcting incised lines in an intaglio plate after the area below the level of the incision has been scraped away so that it will no longer hold ink, it is smothered and polished so that incidental lines of scraping will not print top
burnish
The term used to describe the rubbing down and securing of copy to a keyline
burnish
To polish or rub to a smoother or glossier surface
burnish
Use of a tool to firmly rub copper foil onto glass The point being that copper foil that is not burnished will fall apart upon soldering or any stress being placed on the project
burnish
is to make shiny or lustrous especially by rubbing To rub with a tool (a burnisher) to make smooth or for turning an edge
burnish
To shine forth; to brighten; to become smooth and glossy, as from swelling or filling out; hence, to grow large
burnish
To cause to shine; to make smooth and bright; to polish; specifically, to polish by rubbing with something hard and smooth; as, to burnish brass or paper
burnish
{i} gloss, shine, luster
burnish
To make smooth or shiny by rubbing; to polish; to shine
burnish
/ burnisher - To use a smooth and hardened surface hand tool, called a burnisher, to polish an edge of a tool or to polish either soft ferrous or non-ferrous surfaces Most burnishers are oblong in cross section and slightly curved from handle to end and which taper to a point
burnish
To smooth a workpiece by rolling or sliding it over a surface under pressure
burnish
Usually refers to the use of high speed equipment when buffing a floor and designates a type of maintenance program
burnished

    Türkische aussprache

    bırnîşt

    Aussprache

    /ˈbərnəsʜt/ /ˈbɜrnɪʃt/

    Etymologie

    [ 'b&r-nish ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. Middle English burnischen, from Middle French bruniss-, stem of brunir, literally, to make brown, from brun.

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