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varnish

noun /ˈvaːniʃ/
a usually clear sticky liquid which gives protection and a glossy surface to wood, paint etc
barniz
nail varnish.
the glossy surface given by this liquid
barniz
Be careful or you’ll take the varnish off the table!
Translations of “varnish”
in Arabic وَرْنيش…
in Korean 광택제…
in Malaysian varnis, permukaan varnis…
in French vernis…
in Turkish vernik…
in Italian lacca, vernice…
in Chinese (Traditional) 清漆, 罩光漆, 亮光漆…
in Russian лак…
in Polish lakier…
in Vietnamese véc ni, sơn dầu…
in Portuguese verniz…
in Thai น้ำมันขัดเงา, ความเงามัน…
in German der Lack, die Politur…
in Catalan vernís…
in Japanese ニス, ワニス…
in Indonesian pernis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 清漆, 罩光漆…
(Definition of varnish from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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