Translation of turpentine in Spanish:

turpentine

aguarrás, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtəːp(ə)ntʌɪn//ˈtərpənˌtaɪn/

noun

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    aguarrás masculine
    trementina feminine
    • To make this, mix equal quantities of linseed oil, white spirit or turpentine, and vinegar in a bottle and shake well.
    • To perform this experiment a little oil of turpentine was placed at the bottom of a glass tube surrounded with boiling liquid air.
    • The paintings have the appearance of palimpsests, with rubbed-out passages, and residues of paint and turpentine streaming down the canvas.
    • They'll sniff, claw, sample or rub aromatic wood - such as cedar or pine - and petroleum products - such as tarpaper, paint, turpentine, kerosene and charcoal lighting fluid.
    • It is made with a series of stencils cut out of paper soaked in linseed oil, turpentine and hand-coloured.
    • For example, toxic wastes like paint, turpentine, and other household products can be collected and redistributed at community exchanges instead of being dumped.
    • Keeping with traditional methods, Hansen uses a boiled mixture of turpentine and pine tar to protect the unfinished wood.
    • Store all flammables (ie. Gas, turpentine, paints, propane, etc.) in an outdoor shed.
    • The privately-owned firm manufactures and packages an array of products including white spirit, methylated spirit, turpentine and creosote.
    • Many spots will disappear if rubbed with a solution made of equal parts of boiled linseed oil, turpentine and vinegar, or with a cleaning-polishing wax.
    • There is a striking difference between the smells of limonene's two isomers: (+) limonene has a fresh orange smell whereas (-) limonene smells more like turpentine.
    • Son of an artist, Ward was raised with the smell of oil paints and turpentine and spent much of his childhood going in the back doors of museums and galleries.
    • The scent of turpentine and oil paint drifts through his open window from his neighbor's house.
    • When the floor is entirely dry, it is sealed, most commonly with successive applications of linseed oil and turpentine.
    • At times I crave the intoxicating fragrance of linseed oil and turpentine, the sound of the brush on the canvas.
    • It was created by adding a good deal of turpentine to the paint before it was applied as the final coat.
    • They contains a wood preservative, a small amount of wax as a water repellent, a resin or drying oil, and a solvent such as turpentine or mineral spirits.
    • When drilling in glass, always use oil of turpentine with a little camphor to lubricate the wire-drill.
    • They are, however, susceptible to shrinkage from exposure to solvents containing naphtha or turpentine.
    • His emphysema prevents him from using conventional oil paints, which require turpentine and thinners, so he uses a modern, water-based alternative.