Traducción de lacquer en Español:

lacquer

laca, n.

Pronunciación /ˈlakə//ˈlækər/

nombre

  • 1

    (varnish)
    laca femenino
    • Do not apply urethane varnish over a coat of shellac or lacquer.
    • They also painted the torpedo in anti-graffiti paint to hopefully deter any future negative social behaviour and coated the nose cone in a clear metal lacquer.
    • It may be that the only way to remove the smell from the inside will be to remove and discard the liner, then seal the interior surface with lacquer or shellac to seal in the odor, then install a new liner.
    • Polyurethane has pretty much replaced varnish, shellac, and lacquer.
    • Such natural bristle brushes are best suited for use with oil-base paints and stains, varnishes, lacquers and shellacs.
    • Polyester filaments work in most paints, stains, varnishes, shellacs and lacquers.
    • Finish highly detailed natural and stained wood with spray lacquer, shellac or polyurethane.
    • He seldom applied surface decoration other than subtly toned lacquers to protect the metal against tarnishing.
    • Putting a lacquer on the outside of a piece of timber and having zinc oxide nano particulates embedded in that lacquer makes that lacquer protective against ultra violet radiation.
    • Finally, the blade was coated with a tough, protective layer of clear lacquer.
    • Polyester brushes should not be used with shellacs and lacquers.
    • Floors finished with lacquer or shellac are nearly impossible to repair successfully.
    • If this method dissolves the finish, you know you are working with lacquer.
    • If the finish is lacquer, mineral spirits might work.
    • Clear finishes would include lacquer, shellac, varnish, tung and Danish oil, linseed oil, as well as polyurethane.
    • The newer synthetic lacquers are more durable, however older lacquered pieces and many imports have finishes affected by some solvents, so test every product first on an inconspicuous area.
    • Spots on all finishes except lacquer can be treated with a cloth dampened with spirits of camphor, essence of peppermint or oil of wintergreen.
    • After arranging them on boards with handmade paper and acrylic paint, she seals them with layers of lacquer.
    • To finish his works, Gianakos applies a layer of protective lacquer that makes the wrinkles and variegations in tone permanent.
    • A primer is then applied to fill in any small holes, followed by a coat of paint and another layer of protective lacquer until the alloys are almost as good as new.
  • 2

    (for nails)
    esmalte de uñas masculino
  • 3hair lacquer

    laca (para el pelo) femenino
    fijador (para el pelo) masculino

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    (surface/wood) laquear
    (surface/wood) lacar
    to lacquer one's nails pintarse las uñas
    • to lacquer one's hair ponerse laca / fijador en el pelo
    • Synthetic carpets, chemically treated fabrics, painted and lacquered furniture are toxins that make continual skin contact, or may release fumes as they age.
    • They could engrave it on little lacquered plaques and sell them at church socials.
    • I sanded and planed and lacquered the floors a few years ago, and I did a pretty good job.
    • Most aluminum used in visible parts of appliances is lacquered or otherwise coated, anodized or painted.
    • To begin with they were the only two on the workforce and Mrs Wilkinson undertook a variety of tasks, including sanding and lacquering the furniture.
    • Copper mailboxes can be lacquered with non-tinted gloss to add to the brilliant shine and to protect the mailbox from smudges and smears.
    • Attempting to imitate the hand-painted and lacquered look of Far Eastern imports, they cut up and glued the paintings to plain furniture.
    • Then the object was lacquered to protect the finish.
    • The earliest paintings showing lacquered objects were the works of Antwerp artists.
    • These surfaces include lacquered tabletops, glazed ceramic tile, untextured plastic, metal surfaces, photo paper, laminate countertops, opaque glass, and more.
    • Dianne let her fingers glide over the smooth, lacquered surface of the acoustic guitar.
    • Despite it's name it actually feels more like a New York bar as they've wisely avoided the usual spread of overly lacquered replica oriental furniture.
    • The humble earthenware teapot rests on the red lacquered side-table which was listed after her death in the meagre inventory of Marguerite's possessions.
    • Many small beautifully lacquered bowls and dishes (lacquer and woodwork are Narai's two most important crafts) are placed in front of us.
    • The bog oak display caught the eye of all, and its twisted roots, and that of the red deal, thousands of years old, polished, lacquered, and mounted, presented images of intriguing beauty.
    • In other regions brilliantly decorated and lacquered eggs of papier mache were made.
    • The tabernacle, sanctuary lamp and all brasses have been cleaned, polished and lacquered in both Mulranny and Tiernaur churches.
    • The tool was lacquered after assembly, no coating being present between the side piece and the stock.
    • French and English furniture and Japanese lacquered cabinets grace the room.
    • Vases are carefully lacquered on the inside to make them able to hold water.