Sinónimos de polish
a substance used for polishingThe air smelt of furniture polish.
a shine or glossI admired the high polish of his boots.
The carpet has a silvery sheen to it.
finish, , ,
The finish of the woodwork was excellent.
The rain produced a black gloss on the asphalt.
the brilliance of the sun on the water
An astronomer can determine the brightness of each star.
bath panels fitted with a mahogany veneer
Gold retains its lustre for far longer than other metals.
the strength and smoothness of his movements
elegance or refinementShe was enormously popular for her charm and polish.
She has not lost her grace and style.
class (informal), ,
This woman exudes class, style and sophistication.
men of low birth and no breeding
He moved with the grace of a trained dancer.
Princess Grace's understated elegance
a girl who possessed both dignity and refinement
He had all the charm and urbanity of the trained diplomat.
to make smooth and shiny by rubbingEvery morning he polished his shoes.
shine, , ,
Let him dust and shine the furniture.
She smoothed the lotion across his shoulder blades.
She took off her glasses and rubbed them.
He was already buffing the car's hubs.
Her tearful eyes brightened with interest.
His shoes were burnished, his shirt perfectly pressed.
to make or become elegant or refinedPolish up your writing skills on a one-week course.
He worked hard to perfect his drawing technique.
He said he wanted to improve his football.
Surgical techniques are constantly being refined.
You may need surgery to correct the problem.
cultivate, , ,
My father encouraged me to cultivate my mind.
See polish someone off
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in the sense of breeding
the result of good upbringing or trainingmen of low birth and no breeding
in the sense of brighten
to make or become bright or brighterHer tearful eyes brightened with interest.
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