polish


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Synonyms for polish

Synonyms for polish

to give a gleaming luster to, usually through friction

to bring to perfection or completion

to improve by making minor changes or additions

polish off: to eat completely or entirely

a radiant brightness or glow, usually due to light reflected from a smooth surface

refined, effortless beauty of manner, form, and style

Synonyms for polish

a highly developed state of perfection

a preparation used in polishing

the Slavic language of Poland

bring to a highly developed, finished, or refined state

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The Polish Business Group-UAE (PBG), a non-profit organisation, is the officially registered organisation of Polish residents in the UAE, the ambassador said.
And the final photograph shows the Huddersfield-based Polish Varsovia male choir which had built up a fine reputation countrywide.
aw Majewski, said : "We have signed MoU's with 19 leading Polish players, including companies and research centers.
The two most significant periods for Polish immigration to Australia were the post-World War Two era (1947-1955) and during the decade of the 1980s.
He laughed and told me that any polish used on a motorized wheel was "33%" polish.
Wrexham County Borough Council chiefs said the school would give the children an environment where they could maintain and strengthen their Polish traditions and language.
2 million Poles now living in the UK to shop online or find their nearest stores stocking Polish fare.
The bank offers a Polish language telephone banking service and has Polish-speaking staff in some branches.
Demand from customers for more speciality breads prompted the creation of the new line, as well as the growing number of Polish people living in the UK, which currently stands at more than 600,000.
Thus it is unclear whether Jaworski and Pietrow-Ennker, in their preface to Women in Polish Society, are referring to a movement or a discourse when they state, "The women's question first arose in the Kingdom of Poland where it reached its most radical and intensive phase and became a matter of much public discussion" (viii, italics added).
The right to wear nail polish, seemingly the most trivial of matters, is in fact a vital freedom, part of the very freedom to create oneself.
A portion of the proceeds from her nail polish line will benefit the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy.
In Poland no one doubts that Milosz is a Polish writer, a political exile who left Poland in 1951 to live in France and later in the United States.
With the aid of Polish scholars, Schulz now publishes this pioneering first monograph on the artist, which provides the first catalogue, the first assemblage of documents, and the first full visual repertoire of works associated with him.
FROM wiejska sausage at the deli counter in the supermarket to Tyskie on tap in your local, being Polish has never been so British.
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