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verb /ˈpoliʃ/
to make smooth and shiny by rubbing
lustrar, abrillantar, sacar brillo/lustre, limpiar
She polished her shoes.
(especially with up) to improve
perfeccionar, mejorar
Polish up your English!
polished adjective (opposite unpolished).
the polished buttons of his uniform.
polish off phrasal verb to finish
despachar; zamparse
She polished off the last of the ice-cream.
Translations of “polish”
in Korean 광을 내다…
in Arabic يُلَمِّع…
in French cirer, perfectionner…
in Italian lucidare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 擦,擦亮,磨光…
in Russian полировать…
in Turkish cilâlamak, parlatmak…
in Polish polerować…
in Portuguese encerar, dar brilho em…
in German polieren, aufpolieren…
in Catalan encerar, enllustrar…
in Japanese ~のつや出しをする, ~を磨く…
in Chinese (Simplified) 擦,擦亮,磨光…
(Definition of polish from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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