listen to the pronunciation of lacquer
İngilizce - İngilizce
A similar finish, baked onto the inside of cans
A glossy, resinous material used as a surface coating; either a natural exudation of certain trees, or a solution of nitrocellulose in alcohol, etc
To apply a lacquer to something or to give something a smooth, glossy finish
a black resinous substance obtained from certain trees and used as a natural varnish
A varnish, consisting of a solution of shell-lac in alcohol, often colored with gamboge, saffron, or the like; used for varnishing metals, papier- maché, and wood
A clear coating, usually glossy, applied to a printed sheet for protection or appearance
A clear, usually glossy coating that can be applied to paper to enhance its appearance or to preserve it
A type of clear finishing material similar to varnish and preferred by signmakers because of its abilities to dry quickly and not be affected by the presence of dust May also be used as a binder with pigments such as silver dust
The name is also given to varnishes made of other ingredients, esp
Coating composition based on synthetic thermoplastic film-forming material dissolved in organic solvent and dried primarily by solvent evaporation Typical lacquers include those based on nitrocellulose, other cellulose derivatives, vinyl resins, acrylic resins, etc
any of various clear or colored synthetic coatings made by dissolving nitrocellulose or other cellulose derivatives together with plasticizers and pigments in a mixture of volitale solvents used to impart a high gloss to a surface
a thin, varnish-like deposit composed primarily of organic residue most readily definable by color It is resistant to saturated solvents such as petroleum naphtha, but is soluble in other solvents such as benzene, chloroform, ketones and similar compounds classed as “lacquer solvents ” Most often association with diesel engines
Yamaha uses an epoxy finish to protect the finish of brass instruments Back
the tough, solid varnish of the Japanese, with which ornamental objects are made
a surface coating that dries as a protectant film, gloss or mat, over an object
Lacquer is a special liquid which is painted on wood or metal in order to protect it and to make it shiny. We put on the second coating of lacquer Only the finest lacquers are used for finishes
A clear or pigmented coating that dries quickly by evaporation of solvent
A clear, protective hard varnish which is applied in several layers, then polished to a high sheen Oriental lacquer is a finish acquired by the application of many coats of liquid shellac Modern lacquer is a cellulose-based material which possesses many qualities not found in traditional varnish or shellac finishes, such as the resistance to heat , moisture, and acids It can be rubbed to a clear satiny finish which emphasizes the beauty of the wood, or can be tinted to any shade and used like paint
> Waterproof varnish made by layering numerous coats of the treated sap of a tree indigenous to China and later introduced to Japan Colors can be combined and layered in relief as well as carved In Chinese art, lacquer is usually the sap of the qi shu (lacquer tree), rhus verniciflua The most popular colors are red and black The lacquer is applied to a number of different base materials including wood, bamboo, cloth, ceramic and metal
A clear gloss coating applied to printed material for strength, appearance and protection
A paint type made up of pigment, resin and solvent that dries quickly due to the evaporation of the solvent
a hard glossy coating
To cover with lacquer
Occasionally used to describe oil stain
coat with lacquer; "A lacquered box from China"
(1) Any varnish coating particularly those found on metal; (2) a solution of cellulose nitrate that dries to form a film; (a) urushi, or oriental lacquer Load line: The line that bears the weight of a lift Loan agreement: A contract between a lender and a borrower of an object or objects, specifying the object(s) and outlining the conditions of loan and the respective responsibilities of each party Loss limit: The maximum amount an insurance policy will pay for a single loss ABC- DEF- GHI- JKL- MNO- PQR- STU- VWX- YZ Updated 12-3-98 Please send comments to: the RCAAM Webmaster
A clear coating, usually glossy, applied to a printed piece for protection or special effect
{f} coat with lacquer, varnish; make presentable, camouflage (with fancy words, etc.)
a hard glossy coating a black resinous substance obtained from certain trees and used as a natural varnish coat with lacquer; "A lacquered box from China
A deposit resulting from the oxidation and polymerization of fuels and lubricants when exposed to high temperatures Similar to, but harder, than varnish
{i} varnish, shiny protective coating
Fast-drying clear coating with plastic, film-former base
A hard varnish applied in several layers, then polished to a high sheen
a glossy, resinous material used as a surface coating; either a natural exudation of certain trees, of a solution of nitrocellulose in alcohol etc
A fast-drying usually clear coating that is highly flammable and dries by solvent evaporation only Can be reconstituted after drying by adding solvent
Clear finish used to protect and enhance the appearance of wood
A liquid resin or compound applied to textile braid to prevent fraying, moisture absorption, etc
A protective coating of polyurethane used to protect the wood of the guitar from scratched or dings A thick coat of Lacquer can inhibit the ability of the top to vibrate and produce sound French polish is often preferred on high-end guitars to preserve the sound quality, but the wood is left exposed to damage by the slightest touch The advantage of lacquer is that it is best way to protect the wood from damage
Red or black coating that imparts a high gloss to surfaces of chinese antique furniture
lacquer tree
A poisonous, eastern Asian tree (Rhus verniciflua) having pinnately compound leaves and a toxic exudation from which a black lacquer is obtained
Japan lacquer
{i} shiny black lacquer which originated in Japan
Lacquered is used to describe things that have been coated or sprayed with lacquer. 17th-century lacquered cabinets. perfectly lacquered hair and face powder
{s} coated with lacquer, varnished
past of lacquer
One who lacquers, especially one who makes a business of lacquering
{i} varnisher, one who coats with lacquer; flatterer, one who camouflages (with pleasant words, etc.)
present participle of lacquer
The act or business of putting on lacquer; also, the coat of lacquer put on
plural of lacquer