waxing

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} balmumu

Balmumu epilasyon yöntemlerinden biridir. - Waxing is one method of hair removal.

{f} mumla
{i} mumlama
mumlayarak
(isim) balmumu
mumlama
wax
mum

Kayaklarını ne kadar sıklıkta mumlarsın? - How often do you wax your skis?

Benim hizmetçi haftada bir kez evimi mumlar. - My maid waxes my house once a week.

waxing and waning
Artma ve Azalma
waxing gibbous
Üçüncü dördün: Ayın dolunaydan önceki evresi
waxing moon
moon cilalama
waxing machine
(Tekstil) mumlama makinesi
wax
ağda yapmak
wax
{f} büyümek
wax
ağda

Mary'nin en yakın arkadaşı bir Brezilya bikini ağdası aldı. - Mary's best friend got a Brazilian bikini wax.

Halının üstünde ağda var. - There is wax on the carpet.

wax
balmumu sürmek
wax
balmumu

Balmumu epilasyon yöntemlerinden biridir. - Waxing is one method of hair removal.

Bu balmumu heykel çok gerçekçi. - This wax sculpture is very realistic.

wax
soluk
wax
cila sürmek
wax
mum cilası sürmek
wax
petrol mumu
wax
mum cilası
wax
birden ..olmak
wax
(Gıda) mum benzeri
wax
(Argo) vinyl (plak)
wax
(ay) giderek büyümek
wax
uzamak
wax
mumlamak
wax
kulak kiri

Kulaklarınızdaki kulak kirini çıkarmak için ne kullanırsınız? - What do you use to pick wax out of your ears?

wax
{f} mumla

Benim hizmetçi haftada bir kez evimi mumlar. - My maid waxes my house once a week.

Kayaklarını ne kadar sıklıkta mumlarsın? - How often do you wax your skis?

wax
bal mumu
wax
mumla(mak)
i would like to have a waxing
balmumu ile tüy almak istiyorum
wax
{f} birden ... olmak
wax
{i} kızgınlık
wax
cila

Az önce zemini cilalamayı bitirdim. - I've just finished waxing the floor.

Araba iki günde bir cilalanır. - The car is waxed every other day.

wax
leşmek
wax
kunduracı zifti veya mumu
wax
cilalamak
wax
artmak
wax
öfke
wax
öfke nöbeti/balmum
wax
ol/büyü/mumla
wax
plak doldurmak
wax
bal mumu,v.mumla: n.balmumu
wax
{i} mum; parafin mumu, petrol mumu; balmumu
wax
{f} 1. cilalamak
wax
wax bean sarı ka
wax
{i} (parlatma işlerinde kullanılan bir tür) cila; mum cilası
wax
{f} haline gelmek
wax
kırmızı balmumu
wax
bitkile
wax
lenmek
wax
{f} büyümek; gelişmek
wax
plak yapmak
wax
{f} (gittikçe) ... olmak: It was waxing late. Vakit geç olmuştu
wax
{f} artmak; gelişmek; uzamak
wax
balmumuna benzer herhangi bir madde
Englisch - Englisch
Present participle of wax
the action of the verb to wax
a cosmetic procedure in which hair is removed from the body by the application and removal of wax
the application of wax to a surface
a gradual increase in magnitude or extent; "the waxing of the moon"
The removal of body hair with hot wax
{i} application of wax on a surface; method of hair removal by applying wax to the body and then pulling it off with the hairs; gradual increase in size or strength or extent; manufacturing of a phonograph record
[1] The formation of wax crystals in diesel fuel in freezing conditions, thus clogging the fuel filter and stopping the engine; avoided by the use of a fuel heater or fuel additives
The lunar phase when the moon is getting "larger" (nearing the full moon) This is the time when magick that involves growth and bringing things to you is best performed Opposite of waning
{s} of or pertaining to the period when becoming full, of or pertainging to the time during which the mood increases in size, of or pertaining to the period ruing which becoming larger (of the moon)
(of the moon) pertaining to the period during which the visible surface of the moon increases; "the waxing moon passes from new to full"
the application of wax to a surface a gradual increase in magnitude or extent; "the waxing of the moon"
Warm wax is applied, allowed to harden, and then vigorously ripped off to remove unwanted hair from the face, arms, legs, or body
becoming full
(of the moon) pertaining to the period during which the visible surface of the moon increases; "the waxing moon passes from new to full
Increasing Also most commonly used in reference to the lunar cycle
This means growing in size; the moon waxes during some of the lunar phases
Coating or impregnating of paper or board with paraffin or wax
waxing moon
The moon at any time after new moon and before full moon
waxing moons
plural form of waxing moon
Waxing Moon
As the New Moon makes its journey toward the Full Moon phase, its disk of light grows larger, or waxes This is a good time for magick that involves growing and building
Waxing Moon
when the moon seems to be getting bigger, going from new to crescent to half to gibbous to full
Waxing Moon
The period in the [email protected] monthly cycle after the new moon and before the full moon During this period, the lighted portion of the [email protected] surface is increasing (Back To Top) X,Y,Z
wax
To kill, especially to murder a person

Just who pulled the trigger or who ordered it to be pulled?.

wax
To appear larger each night as a progression from a new moon to a full moon
wax
Any oily, water-resistant substance; normally long-chain hydrocarbons, alcohols or esters
wax
To apply wax to (something, such as a shoe, a floor, a car, or an apple), usually to make it shiny
wax
To increasingly assume the specified characteristic

to wax lyrical; to wax eloquent.

wax
An outburst of anger

That's him to a T,’ she would murmur; or, ‘Just wait till he reads this’; or, ‘Ah, won't that put him in a wax!’.

wax
Any preparation containing wax, used as a polish
wax
Beeswax
wax
{n} a tenacious matter gathered from bees, or formed artificially
wax
{v} to smear over with wax, grow, become
wax
Waxes are complex mixtures of heavy hydrocarbons and fatty acids combined with esters They are harder, less greasy and more brittle than their close relatives fats, and are very resistant to moisture, oxidization and microbial attack Waxes come from four major sources - plants, mineral oils, animals and synthetic (man made) All the waxes used in Nikwax products are highly refined synthetic mineral waxes
wax
go up or advance; "Sales were climbing after prices were lowered"
wax
If you say that someone, for example, waxes lyrical or waxes indignant about a subject, you mean that they talk about it in an enthusiastic or indignant way. He waxed lyrical about the skills and commitment of his employees My mother waxed eloquent on the theme of wifely duty
wax
If you have your legs waxed, you have the hair removed from your legs by having wax put on them and then pulled off quickly. She has just had her legs waxed at the local beauty parlour She could go shopping, and wax her legs
wax
[1] A substance resembling beeswax in appearance and character, and in general distinguished by its composition of esters and higher alcohols, and by its freedom from fatty acids; used for underbody sealing, cavity sealing, and paintwork care
wax
A temporary protective coating similar to polish but softer in composition Must be buffed to achieve maximum gloss
wax
cover with wax; "wax the car
wax
A substance similar to beeswax, secreted by several species of scale insects, as the Chinese wax
wax
A waxlike product secreted by certain plants
wax
A substance, somewhat resembling wax, found in connection with certain deposits of rock salt and coal; called also mineral wax, and ozocerite
wax
A clear wax used to prevent your braces from irritating your lips when your braces are first put on, or at other times top
wax
{i} cera
wax
Prevents braces from rubbing the cheeks and lips
wax
{i} solid or semi-solid substance that is greasy to the touch and pliable when heated (i.e. beeswax, earwax); petroleum based substance often used to coat or polish surfaces (i.e. car wax, paraffin); burst of anger (British)
wax
increase in phase; "the moon is waxing"
wax
Made of wax
wax
Hence, any substance resembling beeswax in consistency or appearance
wax
If you wax a surface, you put a thin layer of wax onto it, especially in order to polish it. We'd have long talks while she helped me wax the floor
wax
To appear larger each night as it goes from being a new moon to a full moon
wax
A clear wax used to prevent your braces from irritating your lips when your braces are first put on, or at other times
wax
Wax is a solid, slightly shiny substance made of fat or oil which is used to make candles and polish. It melts when it is heated. There were coloured candles which had spread pools of wax on the furniture She loved the scent in the house of wax polish
wax
A phonograph record
wax
To grow
wax
To smear or rub with wax; to treat with wax; as, to wax a thread or a table
wax
To apply wax to (something, such as a shoe, a floor, a car or an apple), usually to make it shiny
wax
{f} rub or polish with wax, treat with wax, cover with was; remove hair from a part of the body by applying wax and then pulling it off with the hairs; increase gradually in quantity or intensity; grow, swell; make a recording of, record records; become more illuminated (as does the moon)
wax
See Wax insect, below
wax
The process of growing
wax
Its natural color is pale or dull yellow
wax
When you apply wax onto a curb or rail to allow for easier grinding Any type of wax for paraffin wax to soap to candles works
wax
This is an old technique for doll-making and can be worked in many ways including modeling, carving and casting
wax
To pass from one state to another; to become; to grow; as, to wax strong; to wax warmer or colder; to wax feeble; to wax old; to wax worse and worse
wax
Comes in two types: kick and glide Kick wax is used for grip in the Classic technique Both Stick wax in a tin and klister are common varieties of kick wax Kick was is applied exclusively to the middle third of Classic skis Glide wax is used on the tips and tails of Classic skis and the entire length of Skating skis Glide wax helps protect the base of a ski and adapt the base to the temperature of the snow for superior glide
wax
See Vegetable wax, under Vegetable
wax
cover with wax; "wax the car"
wax
any of various substances of either mineral origin or plant or animal origin; they are solid at normal temperatures and insoluble in water
wax
It is first excreted, from a row of pouches along their sides, in the form of scales, which, being masticated and mixed with saliva, become whitened and tenacious
wax
an ester similar to a fat or a phospholipid but containing a monohydroxy alcohol instead of glycerol
wax
A waxlike composition used for uniting surfaces, for excluding air, and for other purposes; as, sealing wax, grafting wax, etching wax, etc
wax
To increase in size; to grow bigger; to become larger or fuller; opposed to wane
wax
A fatty, solid substance, produced by bees, and employed by them in the construction of their comb; usually called beeswax
wax
any of various substances of either mineral origin or plant or animal origin; they are solid at normal temperatures and insoluble in water go up or advance; "Sales were climbing after prices were lowered"
wax
Wax is the sticky yellow substance found in your ears
wax
Cerumen, or earwax
wax
To remove hair at the roots from (a part of the body) by coating the skin with a film of wax that is then pulled away sharply
wax
A soft substance applied to the base of a ski for protection and to improve its snow-going properties See glide wax; grip wax
wax
An adhesive material used to affix typeset copy and artwork to a paste-up board
wax
To become
wax
If something waxes and wanes, it first increases and then decreases over a period of time. Portugal and Spain had possessed vast empires that waxed and waned. Any of a class of pliable substances, organic compounds of animal, plant, mineral, or synthetic origin, less greasy, harder, and more brittle than fats. Waxes contain mostly compounds of high molecular weight (fatty acids, alcohols, and saturated hydrocarbons). Many melt at moderate temperatures and form hard films that can take a high polish. Animal and plant waxes are esters of fatty acids and either a sterol (see steroid) or a straight-chain higher alcohol (e.g., cetyl alcohol). Animal waxes include beeswax; wool wax (lanolin), used in pharmaceuticals and cosmetics; and sperm oil and spermaceti (from sperm whales), used as lubricants. Plant waxes include carnauba wax, candelilla wax, and sugarcane wax, used in polishes. About 90% of the waxes in commerce are recovered by dewaxing petroleum. There are three main types: paraffin (used in candles, crayons, paper coating, and industrial polishes and as a protective sealant, lubricant, insulating agent, and antifrothing agent), microcrystalline wax (used in paper coating), and petrolatum (used in ointments and cosmetics). Synthetic waxes (carbowaxes), derived from ethylene glycol, are commonly blended with petroleum waxes. carnauba wax lost wax casting wax sculpture
wax
Thick sirup made by boiling down the sap of the sugar maple, and then cooling
wax
One of the staple mediums of sculpting and doll making, wax can be used in any variety of ways
wax
Earwax
wax
{s} made of wax; resembling wax
wax
A waxlike composition used by shoemakers for rubbing their thread
waxing
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