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Synonyms for polish
ˈpɒl ɪʃ

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. polish, gloss, glossiness, burnish(noun)

    the property of being smooth and shiny

    Synonyms:
    particularise, qualify, narrow, nail down, describe, outline, demarcate, delineate, pin down, determine, particularize, assign, specify, intend, destine, designate, specialize, limn, delimit, specialise, stipulate, line, subtend, delimitate, draw, define, limit, trace, set, condition, peg down, fix, narrow down, set apart

  2. Polish(noun)

    the Slavic language of Poland

    Synonyms:
    fancied, put on, assumed, sham, false, pretended, fictional, fabricated, fictitious, fictive

    Antonyms:
    existent, real

  3. polish, refinement, culture, cultivation, finish(noun)

    a highly developed state of perfection; having a flawless or impeccable quality

    "they performed with great polish"; "I admired the exquisite refinement of his prose"; "almost an inspiration which gives to all work that finish which is almost art"--Joseph Conrad

    Synonyms:
    mefenamic acid

  4. polish(noun)

    a preparation used in polishing

    Synonyms:
    posttraumatic stress disorder

  5. polish, round, round off, polish up, brush up(verb)

    bring to a highly developed, finished, or refined state

    "polish your social manners"

    Synonyms:
    rewrite, revision, fiat, revisal, order, revise, edict, decree

  6. polish, refine, fine-tune, down(verb)

    improve or perfect by pruning or polishing

    "refine one's style of writing"

    Synonyms:
    rescued, reclaimed

    Antonyms:
    lost

  7. polish, smooth, smoothen, shine(verb)

    make (a surface) shine

    "shine the silver, please"; "polish my shoes"

    Synonyms:
    just, barely, hardly, scarcely, merely, scantily, exactly, simply, but, precisely, scarce, only, just now

    Antonyms:
    luxuriant, superabundant, abundant, plenteous, torrential, plethoric, overabundant, abounding, copious, galore(ip), long, rife, profuse, thick, teeming, riotous, voluminous, ample, rank, rich, plentiful, exuberant, easy, rampant, lush, verdant

  8. Polish(adj)

    of or relating to Poland or its people or culture

    "Polish sausage"

    Synonyms:
    sandberry, creashak, red bearberry, mealberry, mountain box, bear's grape, common bearberry, sand berry, hog cranberry, wild cranberry

Wiktionary

  1. polish(noun)

    The language spoken in Poland.

    He polished up the chrome until it gleamed.

    Synonyms:
    wax

  2. polish(noun)

    To apply shoe polish to shoes.

    The lecturer showed a lot of polish at his last talk.

    Synonyms:
    refinement, panache, elegance, style, class, perfect, refine, hone

  3. polish(verb)

    Synonyms:
    sheen, smoothness, shininess, finish, shine

  4. polish(verb)

    Synonyms:
    shine, bone, smooth

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. polish

    Synonyms:
    burnish, furbish, levigate, brighten, refine, make glossy

    Antonyms:
    abrade, scratch

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. polish(v. a.)

    Synonyms:
    burnish, furbish, rub up, brighten, make glossy

  2. polish(v. a.)

    Synonyms:
    refine, civilize

  3. polish(n.)

    Synonyms:
    lustre, brightness, brilliance, brilliancy, splendor

  4. polish(n.)

    Synonyms:
    grace, refinement, accomplishment, elegance

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. polish(n)

    Synonyms:
    gloss, luster, sheen, glaze, glazing, courtliness, refinement

  2. polish(v)

    Synonyms:
    burnish, furbish

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How to use polish in a sentence?

  1. Nan Aron:

    The elite legal class has closed ranks around Gorsuch and this is just the latest example, it seems as if too many of them are too impressed by Gorsuch's personal polish and resume to see past them to how damaging his record is when it comes to the impact on everyday people.

  2. Beata Szydlo:

    The Polish government will never allow for anyone to impose their will on Poles, i am the prime minister of the Polish government, and my compatriots' opinion is and always will be supreme. I am a European, but above all I am a Pole.

  3. Vladimir Norosov:

    We fought together, myself and my Polish brothers, how many people died fighting to liberate that country? What they are doing now is disgraceful.

  4. Marcin Wojciechowski:

    The Polish state's intention is to investigate and establish the truth in this case.

  5. Bartosz Kownacki:

    We are not allergic to the French, but to not utilizing the capacity of the Polish (defense) industry.

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Translations for polish

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  • لمعArabic
  • leštit, leštidloCzech
  • pudse, glathed, glatte, politur, glans, elegance, pudsecreme, forfinelse, polere, blankeDanish
  • perfektionieren, wichsen, Politur, Glanz, polierenGerman
  • poluri, polurilo, poluroEsperanto
  • pulir, acicalarSpanish
  • پولیش کردن, پولیشPersian
  • kiillotusaine, tyyli, hioa, kehittää, puunata, [[kiillottaa]] [[kenkiä]], kiillote, selkeys, kiillottaa, parannella, kiilto, tasaisuus, lankata, viimeistelyFinnish
  • vernis, polirFrench
  • lìomhScottish Gaelic
  • políroz, kifényesítHungarian
  • lustrar, lisiar, polir, furbirInterlingua
  • cirajizar, briligar, polisarIdo
  • lustrare, brillantare, lucidare, levigatezza, cera, raffinatezza, lucidità, levigare, lucentezza, brillantezza, lucido, perfezionare, smussareItalian
  • 磨く, 光沢, つや, 清潔, 艶, 平ら, 綺麗, 輝き, 研ぐ, 清らか, 洗練する, 洗練, 研磨剤, 平坦Japanese
  • 닥다Korean
  • PoloniaeLatin
  • whakapiata, whakamahine, whakamaheniMāori
  • polijsten, glans, oppoetsen, poetsmiddel, poetsen, poetsDutch
  • pusseNorwegian
  • náyiishį́į́hNavajo, Navaho
  • połysk, polerować, wygładzaćPolish
  • polir, polimentoPortuguese
  • полировать, шлифоватьRussian
  • glans, polityr, finess, polera, putsa, polish, polermedel, putsmedelSwedish

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