nail polish or nail varnish or (US) nail enamel
- a quick-drying lacquer applied to colour the nails or make them shiny or esp both
Translations for 'nail polish'
- British English: nail polish Nail polish is a thick liquid that women paint on their nails.neɪl ˈpɒlɪʃ NOUN
- Arabic: طَلَاءُ الْأَظَافِرِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: esmalte de unhas
- Chinese: 指甲油
- Croatian: lak za nokte
- Czech: lak na nehty
- Danish: neglelak
- Dutch: nagellak
- European Spanish: pintura de uñas
- Finnish: kynsilakka
- French: vernis à ongles
- German: Nagellack
- Greek: βερνίκι νυχιών
- Italian: smalto per le unghie
- Japanese: マニキュア液
- Korean: 매니큐어
- Norwegian: neglelakk
- Polish: lakier do paznokci
- Portuguese: verniz para unhas
- Romanian: ojă oje
- Russian: лак для ногтей
- Spanish: pintura de uñas
- Swedish: nagellack
- Thai: น้ำยาทาเล็บ
- Turkish: oje
- Ukrainian: лак для нігтів
- Vietnamese: sơn móng tay
Example Sentences Including 'nail polish'
All the ladies would walk past, swathed in fur, hold out their wrists and then say, `It smells like nail polish ".
And far from doing her manicurist friends out of a job, the new range of nail polish has been an instant hit in beauty salons.
The Advertiser, Sunday Mail (2004)
Because prior to that there simply wasn't white nail polish or other colours.
READY, STEADY, GO!: Swinging London and the Invention of Cool (2002)
Even the shade of nail polish , the length of hair, and what deodorants to use are carefully regulated.
Business Today (2001)
Posy studied her bare feet; her toes were dusty and she thought the silver pearly nail polish looked out of place.
TICKLED PINK (2002)
She set her bottle of nail polish down on the floor and walked over to Vincent.
My Babysitter has Fangs
So it's off to Wisteria Lane where this American show gets darker than Gabrielle Solis's Rouge Noir nail polish.
Sun, News of the World (2005)
There was a woman lying on her bed: her legs were bare and I could even make out the pink nail polish on her toes.
RESCUING ROSE (2002)
They also seem to have lugged in crates of hair spray, nail polish , blow dryers, not to mention dresses and shoes.
Toronto Sun (2003)
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