suomi-englanti sanakirja

burnish englannista suomeksi

  1. kiillottaa

  2. loisto

  1. kiillottaa

  2. kiillottaa, kaunistella

  3. kiiltää

  4. kiilto

burnish englanniksi

  1. To make (something, such as a surface) bright, shiny, and smooth by, or as if by, rubbing; to polish, to shine.

  2. (synonyms)


  3. (RQ:Skelton Poetical Works)

  4. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)|footer=Regarded by the ''(w)'' as a (glossary) use.

  5. (quote-book) Thusiastērion vel Scintilla-Altaris. Or Primitive Devotion in the Feasts and Fasts of the Church of England.(nb...)|edition=3rd|location=London|publisher=(...) R. Wood, for H. Brome,(nb...)|year=1663|page=327|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=HEguwpjb7NIC&pg=PA327|oclc=20187574|passage=Fire ''Renovates'' and Burniſheth the ''Mine'', / ''The Spirit of VVisdom, makes the Face to ſhine'': / Fire ''elevates'', inclines things to ''Aſcend'', / The Spirit of ''Faith'' too makes ''Souls'' upvvard tend: (..)

  6. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  7. (RQ:Cunningham Poems)

  8. (quote-book)|title=Chantecler: Play in Four Acts|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=Mead & Co.|Duffield and Company|year=1910|section=Act I, scene ii|page=24|pageurl=https://archive.org/details/chantecler0000edmo/page/24/mode/1up|oclc=4948861|passage=Thou sun smilest on the sunflower craning after thee, / And burnishest my brother of the vane, (..)

  9. Of a stag: to remove the (l) from (its antlers) by rubbing them against something; to velvet.

  10. (RQ:Gascoigne Venerie). When his head is growne out to the full bigneſſe, then he rubbeth of that pyll, and that is called ''fraying of his head''. And afterwards he ''Burniſheth'' the ſame, and then his head is ſaid to be full ſommed.

  11. (quote-book) = A Large Netherdutch and English Dictionarie;(nb...)|location=Rotterdam|publisher=(...) Arnout Leers|year=1658|column=2|oclc=4334734577|passage=The Stagg or Buck burnisheth his head, by rubbing it againſt the trees, ''Het Hart wrijſt ſijn hooſt tegen de boomen.''

  12. (RQ:Chambers Cyclopaedia)

  13. To make (someone or something) appear positive and highly respected.

  14. (RQ:Dekker Non-dramatic Works)

  15. (RQ:d'Urfey Wit and Mirth) use.

  16. (RQ:Young Love of Fame)

  17. (quote-book)|year=1870|page=15|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=7jZcAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA15|oclc=429032651|passage=He burnisheth stale villanies afresh. / Whilst, ravenous as sharks for human flesh, / His gaping audience bold the tumid food, / More grateful the more foully 'tis imbued.

  18. (quote-book)|year=2006|page=133|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=ftNu4k8ibZoC&pg=PA133|isbn=978-0-8078-3050-5|passage=and ClydeBonnie Parker|Bonnie Parker helped burnish her own image.

  19. (quote-book)'s&93;three rose miracles did the most to burnish her legend.

  20. (quote-book), (w)|year=2016|page=165|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=HKGwDQAAQBAJ&pg=PA165|doi=10.1007/978-3-319-40433-2|isbn=978-3-319-40432-5|passage=Desperate to burnish her legacy, Louise pleads her case for higher status based on her achievements on Earth as a philanthropist, artist, and occasional royal rebel.

  21. (quote-journal) and Sheryl Sandberg’s partnership did not survive Trump|Donald Trump|newspaper=(w)|archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20221129230655/https://www.nytimes.com/2021/07/08/business/mark-zuckerberg-sheryl-sandberg-facebook.html|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=(w)|date=8 July 2021|issn=0362-4331|oclc=971436363|passage=One of her &91;(w)'s&93; primary roles had been to charm Washington on Facebook's behalf, and protect and burnish its image. Neither project was going particularly well.

  22. To become bright, glossy, and smooth; to brighten, to gleam, to shine forth.

  23. (RQ:Fletcher Rule a Wife)

  24. (RQ:Swift Miscellanies)

  25. To appear positive and highly respected.

  26. A shine of something which has been polished; a lustre, a polish.

  27. A shiny layer applied to a surface or other thing.

  28. The making of something bright, shiny, and smooth by, or as if by, rubbing; an instance of this; a burnishing, a polishing, a shining.

  29. Of a person's body: to grow large or stout; to fatten, to out.

  30. (RQ:Pliny Holland Historie of the World)

  31. (RQ:Fuller Joseph)

  32. (RQ:Dryden Miscellaneous Works) / Then damn not, but indulge his rude eſſays, / Encourage him, and bloat him up vvith praiſe, (..)

  33. (RQ:Dryden Hind and Panther)

  34. Of a thing: to increase in size; to expand, to out, to swell.

  35. (RQ:Wotton Elements of Architecture)'s ''(w)''&93; is to paſſe a running examination ouer the vvhole ''Edifice'', according to the properties of a ''vvell ſhapen Man''. As (..) vvhether the ''Fabrique'' bee of a beautifull ''Stature'', vvhether for the ''breadth'' it appeare vvell ''burniſhed'', (..) and ſo forth.|footer=An adjective use.

  36. (RQ:Herbert Temple)

  37. (RQ:Fuller Worthies of England)