Noun(1) a black resinous substance obtained from certain trees and used as a natural varnish(2) a hard glossy coating
Verb(1) coat with lacquer
(1) 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 .(2) shot-blasted mild steel finished in grey mottled epoxy lacquer(3) In other news, my observations of London show that a Kensington hairdresser uses my company's logo to promote the use of lacquer and blow-waves!(4) Some of the highlights of the collection include Chinese jade and Japanese lacquer and carved ivories.(5) a lacquer box(6) The dishes may be round or rectangular and are made of pottery, porcelain, or decorated lacquer .(7) If there is one style of furniture that conjures up eighteenth-century Venice it is imitation lacquer .(8) Floors finished with lacquer or shellac are nearly impossible to repair successfully.(9) Thus, I roll up my jeans, apply remover and scrub my toenails with a brush, one foot at a time, followed by a rinse-and-dry and an application of OPI Java Mauve-A nail lacquer .(10) The most common treatments are amorolfine nail lacquer , tioconazole nail solution, salicylic acid paint, and undecenoates paint.(11) The museum is divided into five areas displaying collections of pottery, lacquer , bamboo, embroidery and the winners of the CCA sponsored National Craft Master Awards.(12) Throughout the pavilion, the most costly materials were used: precious wood veneers and lacquer for furniture, silk damasks and velvets for upholstery, furs for coverlets and throws.(13) Although Europeans overwhelmingly identified Japan with the highest quality lacquer , as a practical matter Japan was unable to sustain a monopoly in the medium much beyond the middle of the century.(14) The light pastel lacquer and subtly spaced designs lacked the finesse of Venetian lacquer , but the rendering of flowers and birds was worthy of an easel painting.(15) In light airy bedrooms, furniture of polished lacquer and glass is (to some extent) flexible.(16) She suggested that I use a lacquer stripping shampoo as she felt my problem was product build up.
(1) spray lacquer :: スプレーラッカー
1. varnish ::
2. shellac ::
3. gloss ::
4. glaze ::
5. enamel ::
6. finish ::
7. polish ::
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