Definição de 'brush'

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They wait until an animal or person brushes past then climb on and bite the skin. The Sun (2016) Use an angled brush for a soft feathery finish. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You have to brush away the disappointment. The Sun (2016)Then he helped me to bed and sat brushing my hair. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Both managers then stormed out, brushing shoulders on the way. The Sun (2016) Lightly brush with 2 tbsp of ghee and serve hot. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I leave them to dry before cleaning the brush and applying a second colour. The Sun (2016)If you aren't experienced, a paint brush is also easier to control than a roller. The Sun (2016)From his love life to his brushes with death, this is a chance to see another side to the bloke behind Brexit. The Sun (2017)Then I use a small brush for detail work, such as concealer. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Put it on some foil lightly brushed with olive oil and place on a baking tray. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Will unwelcome droplets of dew drip down your back if you brush too close to the plants? Times, Sunday Times (2012)The doctors are gently brushing something from his face. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Then dampen a lip brush and apply all over your pout for a subtle colour. The Sun (2014) Use an angled brush and fill in gaps to define and shape. The Sun (2015)Then came his third brush with death. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Lots of them picked up paint brushes and gave us a hand. The Sun (2009)You can only brush sand away on the green. The Sun (2012)Other brands of skin brushes are also generally available from most health stores. Martlew, Gillian & Silver, Shelley Stay Well This Winter (1989)Use a stiff brush to scrub the potatoes clean. Times, Sunday Times (2008)When a horse brushed against his leg he almost fainted. The Sun (2011)What other brushes with the law have you suffered? The Sun (2012)The tall teenage son brushed his hair on the edge of the straw roof as he passed. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Such is the lightest brush of life on the exterior. Richard Fortey THE EARTH: An Intimate History (2004)Once the horse is dry brush him over with a clean body brush. Eccles, Lesley Your First Horse - buying, feeding, caring (1989)Lightly beat the remaining egg in a small bowl and brush the tops of the biscuits. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It spread like a brush fire. Christianity Today (2000)And the Norwegian international said he knew instantly he was brushing shoulders with future world superstars. The Sun (2013)It's dispensed through a brush and looks almost like a new layer of radiant skin has been painted on. Times, Sunday Times (2015)

Sinônimos de brush

broom, sweeper, scrubbing brush, besom
conflict, fight, clash, set-to
touch, come into contact with, sweep, kiss
shrubs, bushes, scrub, underwood

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Traduções de brush

Inglês Britânico: brush /brʌʃ/ NOUN
A brush is an object with a large number of bristles fixed to it. You use brushes for painting, for cleaning things, and for tidying your hair.
...a hair brush.
  • Inglês Americano: brush
  • Árabe: فُرْشَاة
  • Português Brasileiro: escova
  • Chinês: 刷子
  • Croata: četka
  • Tcheco: kartáč
  • Dinamarquês: børste
  • Holandês: borstel
  • Espanhol Europeu: cepillo zapatos
  • Finlandês: harja
  • Francês: brosse peigne
  • Alemão: Bürste
  • Grego: βούρτσα
  • Italiano: spazzola
  • Japonês: ブラシ
  • Coreano:
  • Norueguês: børste
  • Polonês: szczotka
  • Português Europeu: escova
  • Romeno: perie
  • Russo: щетка
  • Espanhol: cepillo
  • Sueco: borste
  • Tailandês: ไม้แปรง
  • Turco: fırça
  • Ucraniano: пензель
  • Vietnamita: bàn chải
Inglês Britânico: brush /brʌʃ/ VERB
If you brush something or brush something such as dirt off it, you clean it or tidy it using a brush.
Have you brushed your teeth?
  • Inglês Americano: brush
  • Árabe: يُنَظِّف بالفُرْشاة
  • Português Brasileiro: escovar
  • Chinês:
  • Croata: četkati
  • Tcheco: kartáčovat
  • Dinamarquês: børste
  • Holandês: borstelen
  • Espanhol Europeu: cepillar
  • Finlandês: harjata
  • Francês: brosser
  • Alemão: bürsten
  • Grego: βουρτσίζω
  • Italiano: spazzolare
  • Japonês: ブラシをかける
  • Coreano: 솔질하다
  • Norueguês: børste
  • Polonês: wyszczotkować
  • Português Europeu: escovar
  • Romeno: a peria
  • Russo: чистить щеткой
  • Espanhol: cepillar
  • Sueco: borsta
  • Tailandês: แปรง
  • Turco: fırçalamak
  • Ucraniano: чистити
  • Vietnamita: chải


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