gloss em Inglês

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n. glossy finish; surface appearance (often deceptive or false); cosmetic which makes the lips shiny; explanatory note (in the margins of a text, etc.); commentary
v. add an explanatory note (in the margins of a text, etc.); comment; polish, add a shiny finish to; cover up, give a deceptively appealing appearance to

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But I have glossed over some complications and hidden assumptions.
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Even tonight, despite the skirt and the lip gloss she’d smeared on for the occasion, she was thinking like a cop.
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He wore a white shirt, red tie, charcoal slacks, and navy-blue blazer. His size 15 black pumps shone with a gloss.
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Observe how ingenuously he underlines certain words, and how crudely he glosses over his hidden thoughts.
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There was no gloss to it-homemade soap and poor nutrition were to blame for that.
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Tis a commodity will lose the gloss with lying; the longer kept, the less worth.
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We have glossed over the problem of deciding what to discount.
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They always gloss over each others' faults.
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(HU) Madam President, let us not put a gloss on the situation: the issue of Turkey's accession has reached a critical stage.
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But we surely cannot allow Mr Pompidou to gloss over the French government's behaviour and claim that they did consult the NGOs.
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Sinônimos
1. mien: appearance, front, pretext
2. sheen: shine, glaze, lustre, polish
3. explanation: comment, commentary, interpretation, exegesis, note, analysis, annotation
4. polish: shine, glaze, varnish
5. explain: interpret, analyse, annotate



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