Translation of varnish in Spanish:


barniz, n.

Pronunciation /ˈvɑrnɪʃ//ˈvɑːnɪʃ/


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    barniz masculine
    (for nails) esmalte masculine British
    • Joan looked up from examining her bitten nails, wondering if she should pick up a new black varnish.
    • Her colleague, who already had her coat on, looked up then looked down again, picking chipped pink varnish from the edge of a finger nail.
    • But a set of six steel strings is a notorious nail varnish remover - just slices the varnish off and leaves your partially-painted nails looking tatty.
    • Mummy had never had a ‘blue rinse’ put on her hair or clear varnish on her nails.
    • The lady filed and shaped our nails, cleaned our cuticles and painted 4 layers of varnish on them.

transitive verb

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