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Turkish translation of “veneer”

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veneer

noun
 
 
/vəˈnɪər/
[C, U] a thin layer of wood that covers a piece of furniture that is made of a cheaper material
yaldızlı cilâ, yaldız, boya
Carpentry and joineryCoverings and layers
a veneer of sth formal a way of behaving that is not sincere and hides someone's real character or emotions
olduğundan farklı gözükme, aslını gizleme, iki yüzlülük
a thin veneer of calm/respectabilityHiding and disguising
Translations of “veneer”
in Chinese (Traditional) 飾面薄板, 鑲板, 掩飾物…
in Russian шпон…
in Chinese (Simplified) 饰面薄板, 镶板, 掩饰物…
in Polish okleina…
(Definition of veneer from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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