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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.
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Chapter 2 presents a brief history of Polish immigration to Canada and an overview of Polish- Canadian life.
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.
The move follows a recent near-doubling of Tesco's Polish food range to 250 products and its extension to 500 stores.
NatWest's Welcome account was launched in January to cater for rising numbers of Polish immigrants following the expansion of the European Union.
A GROWING Polish population has prompted bakers in two of Coventry's supermarkets to produce a new speciality bread.
FROM wiejska sausage at the deli counter in the supermarket to Tyskie on tap in your local, being Polish has never been so British.
HANDSWORTH has become a popular place for Polish people to settle when they first arrive in the UK.
A church service delivered entirely in Polish has started once a month in a city church.
MY MOTHER IS 100 PERCENT POLISH (WITH A MAIDEN name ending in "-ski" to prove it).
General O'Sullivan's review of my book, The Polish Underground Army, the Western Allies, and the Failure of Strategic Unity, will I hope stimulate some interest in the readership of Air Power History.
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