polish Meaning in Bengali - Synonyms and Definition of polish

Definition of polish

noun

a substance used to give something a smooth and shiny surface when rubbed in.

And in his place I get a kid so shiny and new he almost smells of furniture polish .

make the surface of (something) smooth and shiny by rubbing it.

Generally speaking, he will polish the surface and make it smooth if the subject is a young female.

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Example of polish

  • ‘For being an agent you really need to polish up on your lying skills,’ Nathan teased as he entered the hall.

  • ‘I like my glasses,’ I said, taking them off to polish them with the hem of my shirt.

  • All poets write poems with varying degrees of polish , and for most poets, the unfinished poems are exactly that: not finished.

  • And in his place I get a kid so shiny and new he almost smells of furniture polish .

  • Because the dead cat was unfortunately black, however, while the only live one they can find is an orange tabby, they try a quick dye job with shoe polish .

  • But it seems that almost everyone who wants to polish up their tarnished images wants to be associated with the cause.

  • But its polish and refined gameplay make up for what it lacks in innovation, and render it one of the best light gun games ever.

  • Disguise scratches in your wood furniture with shoe polish , crayon or felt tip markers.

  • Grace holds herself up with her hand against the floor, which has acquired a bright sheen of polish .

  • He soon made a strong impression in Germany as a brilliant and original conductor, who achieved great polish and refinement in his performances.