sheen

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} parlaklık
revnak
(Tekstil) parlaklık, parıltı
{i} perdah
{i} pırıltı
parlamak
sheeny
(Argo) yahudi (kötü)
sheeny
parlak
sheeny
{s} pırıltılı
sheeny
(isim) yahudi [kötü]
sheeny
{i} yahudi [kötü]
sheeny
yahudi
Englisch - Englisch
beautiful, good-looking, attractive; radiant; shiny
To shine; to glisten
splendor; radiance; shininess
{n} brightness, splendor, luster, show
A moderately low degree of gloss; gloss with poor distinctness-of-image reflectance Characteristic where a coating appears to be flat when viewed near to the perpendicular, but appears to be glossy when viewed from a low or grazing angle
{i} luster, shine, glow, gloss
A glistening appearance on the water surface from oil residue
A very thin layer of oil (less than 0 0001 inches or 0 003 millimeters in thickness) floating on the water surface Sheen is the most commonly-observed form of oil during the later stages of a spill Depending on thickness, sheens range in color from dull brown for the thickest sheens to rainbows, grays, silvers, and near-transparency in the case of the thinnest sheens
If something has a sheen, it has a smooth and gentle brightness on its surface. The carpet had a silvery sheen to it. American Roman Catholic prelate known for his radio and television broadcasts, his support of prayer in public schools, and his opposition to Communism and birth control. a soft smooth shiny appearance (sheen (11-19 centuries), from sciene)
The degree of luster of the dried film of a finishing material
paint and varnish sheens Sheen refers to the light reflectivity of the painted or varnished surface There are varying degrees of sheen's, from no sheen to high gloss Paint manufacturers may refer to their paint sheen's by different names, but essentially they all correspond to these reflective degrees
a textile exhibiting notable sheen
the visual property of something that shines with reflected light
Brightness; splendor; glitter
Bright; glittering; radiant; fair; showy; sheeny
Gloss
sheeny
having a sheen; glossy
Charlie Sheen
{i} (born 1965 as Carlos Irwin Estevez), United States movie and television actor, son of Martin Sheen
Fulton J Sheen
born May 8, 1895, El Paso, Il. U.S. died Dec. 9, 1979, New York, N.Y. U.S. religious leader. He attended parochial school and St. Viator College before being ordained to the priesthood in 1919. He pursued further studies in the U.S. and Belgium. He taught at Catholic University (Washington, D.C.) from 1926 to 1950. In 1930 he began his 22-year radio career on the program The Catholic Hour, with which he reached an estimated 4 million listeners. In 1951 he became a titular bishop, and he served as bishop of Rochester, N.Y. from 1966 to 1969. In the 1950s he began a weekly television series, Life Is Worth Living; it was followed by two more series. He was also the author of numerous books. At his death he was one of the best-known clerics in the U.S
Fulton John Sheen
born May 8, 1895, El Paso, Il. U.S. died Dec. 9, 1979, New York, N.Y. U.S. religious leader. He attended parochial school and St. Viator College before being ordained to the priesthood in 1919. He pursued further studies in the U.S. and Belgium. He taught at Catholic University (Washington, D.C.) from 1926 to 1950. In 1930 he began his 22-year radio career on the program The Catholic Hour, with which he reached an estimated 4 million listeners. In 1951 he became a titular bishop, and he served as bishop of Rochester, N.Y. from 1966 to 1969. In the 1950s he began a weekly television series, Life Is Worth Living; it was followed by two more series. He was also the author of numerous books. At his death he was one of the best-known clerics in the U.S
Martin Sheen
{i} (born 1940 as Ramon Estevez) United States movie actor, father of Emilio Estevez and Charlie Sheen
sheeny
Bright; shining; radiant; sheen
sheeny
{s} shiny, brilliant, glossy, lustrous
sheeny
A Jew
sheen
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