Definition of 'nail polish'
Example sentences containing 'nail polish'
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She considered glittery nail polish and hair accessories beyond ponytail holders things to be avoided. Christianity Today (2000)The summer nail polish colours are gorgeous. The Sun (2013)Matching your lip colour to your nail polish has always equalled glamour for me. The Sun (2014)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)
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Translations for 'nail polish'
British English: nail polish /neɪl ˈpɒlɪʃ/ NOUN
Nail polish is a thick liquid that women paint on their nails.
- American English: nail polish
- 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
- European Portuguese: verniz para unhas
- Romanian: ojă
- Russian: лак для ногтей
- Spanish: pintura de uñas
- Swedish: nagellack
- Thai: น้ำยาทาเล็บ
- Turkish: oje
- Ukrainian: лак для нігтів
- Vietnamese: sơn móng tay
Definition of nail polish from the Collins English Dictionary
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