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Translation of "gloss" - English-Spanish dictionary

gloss

noun /ɡlos/
brightness or shininess on the surface lustre, brillo Her hair has a lovely gloss (also adjective) gloss paint.
glossary /-səri/ noun ( plural glossaries)
a list of words etc with their meanings glosario a glossary of technical terms a Shakespeare glossary.
glossy adjective ( comparative glossier, superlative glossiest)
smooth and shining lustroso, brillante, reluciente The dog has a glossy coat.
glossiness noun
brillo, lustre the glossiness of the photo paper.
gloss over phrasal verb
to try to hide (a mistake etc) disimular, suavizar, atenuar; encubrir He glossed over the fact that he had forgotten the previous appointment by talking about his accident.
(Definition of gloss from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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