Synonym: buff, burnish, furbish, glaze, gloss, rub, shine, wax. Antonym: tarnish. Similar words: policy, police, impolite, political, politician, politically, symbolism, metropolitan. Meaning: ['pɑlɪʃ /'pɒlɪʃ] n. 1. the property of being smooth and shiny 2. a highly developed state of perfection; having a flawless or impeccable quality 3. a preparation used in polishing 4. the Slavic language of Poland. v. 1. make (a surface) shine 2. improve or perfect by pruning or polishing 3. bring to a highly developed, finished, or refined state. adj. of or relating to Poland or its people or culture.
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2. The house smelt of cedar wood and fresh polish.
3. It was my job to polish the silver .
4. Polish your shoes with a brush.
5. This car polish is an effective shield against rust.
6. It's forty miles from here to the Polish border.
7. Apply polish with a soft brush.
8. Wax polish preserves wood and leather.
9. Polish your shoes regularly to protect the leather.
10. With this polish you can give a good high gloss to the wood.
11. He noticed that I spoke Polish with an accent .
12. It took a considerable amount of polish and elbow grease before the brass shone like new.
13. The wood won't polish.
14. Schindler contrived to save more than 1(sentencedict.com),000 Polish Jews from the Nazis.
15. His writing has potential but lacks polish.
16. She thought that her husband's family lacked polish.
17. Well, I think she's either Russian or Polish.
18. Use acetone to remove nail polish.
19. Marble takes a high polish.
20. Latin, Polish and Finnish are all highly inflected languages.
21. to clean, polish(sentencedict.com/polish.html), or smooth with pumice.
22. The table gleams with polish.
23. The polish is rubbed off.
24. The opera lacks the polish of his later work.
25. The wooden panelling was gleaming with wax polish.
26. I give it a polish now and again.
27. This is a musical with polish and wit.
30. I find it hard to get my tongue round these Polish names.
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