gloss em Inglês
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
Frases De Exemplo
But I have glossed over some complications and hidden assumptions.
Even tonight, despite the skirt and the lip gloss she’d smeared on for the occasion, she was thinking like a cop.
He wore a white shirt, red tie, charcoal slacks, and navy-blue blazer. His size 15 black pumps shone with a gloss.
Observe how ingenuously he underlines certain words, and how crudely he glosses over his hidden thoughts.
There was no gloss to it-homemade soap and poor nutrition were to blame for that.
Tis a commodity will lose the gloss with lying; the longer kept, the less worth.
We have glossed over the problem of deciding what to discount.
They always gloss over each others' faults.
(HU) Madam President, let us not put a gloss on the situation: the issue of Turkey's accession has reached a critical stage.
But we surely cannot allow Mr Pompidou to gloss over the French government's behaviour and claim that they did consult the NGOs.
Sinônimos1. 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