listen to the pronunciation of gloss
Englisch - Türkisch
(Kanun) şerhetmek
açıklayıcı yazı
{f} parlat

Kız marketten bir dudak parlatıcısı satın aldı. - The girl bought some lip gloss at the convenience store.

gloss over: (bir yanlısı, doğru olmayan bir şeyi) doğru veya makul göstermek
(isim) sahte bir dış görünüm: "Her politeness was merely a gloss. - Onun nezaketi sadece bir gösterişti."
(isim) parlaklık
{f} dipnot düşmek
(Tekstil) 1. parlaklık 2. cila, perdah
{f} cilalamak
{f} açıklama yapmak
{f} açıklamak
{i} sahte bir dış görünüm: Her politeness was merely a gloss. Onun nezaketi sadece bir gösterişti
{f} over bir yanlışı, doğru
(Diş Hekimliği) dil
(Tıp) (o) Dil
cilâ yapmak
{f} örtbas etmek
{f} yorumlamak
glosslly parlak bir şekilde
{f} açıklayıcı yazı eklemek
over ile sahte bir şekilde gizlemek
bir ayıbı örtmek için yapılan gösteriş
{i} dipnot
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık,Tıp) glos
dış güzellik
gloss over
(Dilbilim) göz ardı etmek
gloss over
gloss over
önemsiz göstermek
gloss over
gloss over
gloss paint
parlak cila
gloss agent
parlatıcı madde
gloss effect
(Tekstil) parlaklık efekti
gloss over
örtbas etmek
gloss over
farklı yorumlamak
gloss over
gloss paint
parlak boya
silk gloss
ipek parlaklığı
high gloss
lip gloss
Dudak parlatıcısı

Kız marketten bir dudak parlatıcısı satın aldı. - The girl bought some lip gloss at the convenience store.

Dudak parlatıcısı
low gloss black
düşük siyah parlak
semi gloss
parlak, yarı
used to a gloss and depth to prints
bir parlaklık ve derinlik kullanılan baskı
Englisch - Englisch
A brief explanatory note or translation of a difficult or complex expression, usually inserted in the margin or between lines of a text
A glossary; a collection of such notes
To become shiny
A brief explanation in speech or in a written work, including a synonym used with the intent of indicating the meaning of the word to which it is applied
An interpretation by a court of specific point within a statute or case law

This volume is thus not a narrowly defined treatment of the Code of Professional Responsibility but rather represents a common law gloss on it.

To add a gloss to (a text)
A surface shine or luster/lustre
A superficially or deceptively attractive appearance
To give a gloss or sheen to
To give a deliberately false interpretation of
An extensive commentary on some text
To make (something) attractive by deception
A deliberately misleading explanation
{v} to explain, palliate, cover, adorn
{n} a scholium, comment, brightness
In papermaking, the property of a surface that causes it to reflect light and is responsible for its luster
The shine or reflection from a painted surface
Brightness or luster of a body proceeding from a smooth surface; polish; as, the gloss of silk; cloth is calendered to give it a gloss
The "shinyness" of a material as measured by the amount of light reflected from its surface Alternative term: specular gloss
A gloss is a bright shine on the surface of something. Rain produced a black gloss on the asphalt. = sheen
Gloss is a type of shiny make-up. She brushed gloss on to her eyelids. lip glosses
A phenomenon related to the specula reflection of incident light The effect of gloss is to reflect more of the incident light in a specula manner, and to scatter less It occurs at all angles of incidence and should not be confused with the grazing angle, which is specula reflection, often referred to as sheen
If you gloss a difficult word or idea, you provide an explanation of it. Older editors glossed `drynke' as `love-potion'. to provide a note in a piece of writing, explaining a difficult word, phrase, or idea gloss over to avoid talking about something unpleasant, or to say as little as possible about it
- The amount of light reflected off the finish surface High gloss is rated 80-90° Semi gloss is rated 50-75° Satin is rated 30-45° Rubbed effect is rated 20-25° Flat sheen is rated 5-15°
{i} glossy finish; surface appearance (often deceptive or false); cosmetic which makes the lips shiny; explanatory note (in the margins of a text, etc.); commentary
Gloss is the same as gloss paint
A foreign, archaic, technical, or other uncommon word requiring explanation
A shiny coating on paper Gloss coatings allow very little ink absorption, providing excellent color definition and contrast
To make sly remarks, or insinuations
The degree to which a painted surface possesses the property of reflecting light in a mirror-like manner
{f} add an explanatory note (in the margins of a text, etc.); comment; polish, add a shiny finish to; cover up, give a deceptively appealing appearance to
A shiny coating on a paper is called a gloss finish Gloss coatings allow very little ink absorption and offer excellent color definition and contrast
A specious appearance; superficial quality or show
To give a superficial luster or gloss to; to make smooth and shining; as, to gloss cloth
an alphabetical list of technical terms in some specialized field of knowledge; usually published as an appendix to a text on that field
an explanation or definition of an obscure word in a text provide an interlinear translation of a word or phrase provide interlinear explanations for words or phrases; "He annotated on what his teacher had written"
an explanation or definition of an obscure word in a text
Subjective term used to describe the relative amount and nature of mirror-like (specular) reflection
– High gloss papers are reflective and shiny They don’t allow much ink to be absorbed, meaning they can produce images with realistic colour and contrast
the relative degree of shine or luster of a substrate or material, the higher the light reflectance from the surface, the more shiny the substrate
provide interlinear explanations for words or phrases; "He annotated on what his teacher had written"
Gloss is an appearance of attractiveness or good quality which sometimes hides less attractive features or poor quality. Television commercials might seem more professional but beware of mistaking the gloss for the content
Consider the light reflecting on various objects in the printing industry (e g , paper, ink, laminates, UV coating, varnish)
The property of a surface related to its ability to reflect light The most common type of gloss of interest to appearance attributes is specular gloss The parameters which must be specified for the determination of this property are the angles of incidence of the light source, the angle of viewing of the gloss and the angular dispersions of the measuring beams
Spectral reflection of light from a surface
The sheen or ability to reflect light
Global Sea Level Observing System Research programme coordinated by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC)
An interpretation, consisting of one or more words, interlinear or marginal; an explanatory note or comment; a running commentary
gloss or excuse; "color a lie"
give a shine or gloss to, usually by rubbing
Specular reflection of light from a surface
The luster or shininess of paints and coatings Different types of gloss are frequently arbitrarily differentiated, such as sheen, distinctness-of-image gloss, etc Trade practice recognizes the following gloss levels, in increasing order of gloss: flat (or matte)-- practically free from sheen, even when viewed from oblique angles (usually less than 15 on 60-degree meter); eggshell-- usually 20-35 on 60-degree meter; semi-gloss--usually 35-70 on 60-degree meter; full-gloss--smooth and almost mirror-like surface when viewed from all angles, usually above 70 on 60-degree meter
An appearance characteristic of tape backings' usually expressed by such terms as glossy' low gloss' matte' etc
To render clear and evident by comments; to illustrate; to explain; to annotate
A degree of luster The shiniest finish
an outward or token appearance or form that is deliberately misleading; "he hoped his claims would have a semblance of authenticity"; "he tried to give his falsehood the gloss of moral sanction"; "the situation soon took on a different color"
provide an interlinear translation of a word or phrase
Global sea level observing system, a worldwide network of tide gauges developed under the auspices of the International Oceanographic Commission One purpose is to monitor the long-term variations in mean sea level (see greenhouse effect)
The shininess or reflectiveness of a coating Flat paints have no gloss; high gloss paints have very noticeable gloss
the property of being smooth and shiny
To make comments; to comment; to explain
If you put a gloss on a bad situation, you try to make it seem more attractive or acceptable by giving people a false explanation or interpretation of it. He used his diary to put a fine gloss on the horrors the regime perpetrated
To give a specious appearance to; to render specious and plausible; to palliate by specious explanation
A paint or enamel that contains a relatively low proportion of pigment and dries to a sheen or luster
Gloss is one of several properties of paper based on reflection of light from the paper surface Gloss is the amount of light reflected from paper when the angle of illumination equals the angle of reflection (when the angle of the paper and light is such that the light "hits your eyes") Gloss is perceived as the shiny or lustrous appearance of paper To compare the gloss of two different sheets, put one sheet over the other halfway so you have the surfaces of both exposed Hold these sheets up to a light source and angle the sheets around until the light reflects brightly to the eye from the paper You will see a streak of shiny gloss going across both sheets and can easily see which is glossier
An object is said to have a gloss surface when specular reflection is observed This causes a highlight on the surface when a bright light is directed at the object
A false or specious explanation
gloss over
To treat something with less care than it deserves; to skimp

This book only glosses over quantum mechanics, and doesn't go into detail.

gloss over
To cover up a mistake or a crime; to hush up or whitewash

They glossed over the problem, hoping that the customers wouldn't notice.

speech, language
gloss over
treat hurriedly or avoid dealing with properly
gloss over
embellish, smooth over; touch up, alter
gloss over
cover up a misdemeanor, fault, or error; "Let's not whitewash the crimes of Stalin"; "She tried to gloss over her mistakes"
gloss over
If you gloss over a problem, a mistake, or an embarrassing moment, you try and make it seem unimportant by ignoring it or by dealing with it very quickly. Some foreign governments appear happy to gloss over continued human rights abuses
gloss paint
Gloss paint is paint that forms a shiny surface when it dries
gloss retention
The ability of a coating to maintain its glosspertains especially to semigloss and gloss exterior coatings
gloss retention
The ability to retain the original sheen during weathering
lip gloss
A cosmetic product applied to the lips to make them look shinier
Attributive form of lip gloss

lip-gloss applicator.

{n} an explanation by glosses or notes
lip gloss
Lip gloss is a cosmetic product used primarily to give the lips shine and sometimes subtle color. It is distributed as a liquid or a soft solid (not to be confused with lip balm, which generally has medicinal purposes). It can be completely clear, translucent, or various shades of opacity, including frosted, glittered, and metallic looks
past of gloss
Having a gloss
A polisher; one who gives a luster
A writer of glosses; a scholiast; a commentator
{i} person who applies a gloss or polish on something; gloss, cosmetic which makes the lips shin; writer of glosses; annotator, scholar who writes comments and explanatory notes on a text, scholiast; commentator
plural of gloss
lip gloss
{i} shiny lipstick, glossy cosmetic which makes the lips shiny
lip gloss
Lip gloss is a clear or very slightly coloured substance that some women put on their lips to make them shiny. a substance used to make lips look very shiny
makeup that makes the lips shiny
A gloss range between high gloss and eggshell, approximately 35 to 90 on the 60 degree gloss scale
A degree of gloss that is glossier than low lustre but not as glossy as high gloss
– A semi-reflective surface