Translation for 'lacquered' from English to Bulgarian
VERB   to lacquer | lacquered | lacquered
lacquering | lacquers
lacquered {adj} {past-p}лакиран
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Translation for 'lacquered' from English to Bulgarian

lacquered {adj} {past-p}
Usage Examples English
  • While all regular N4s have an oil finish, a few limited-edition models have featured lacquered bodies.
  • Let me lick your lacquered toes.
  • Joseph Imguimberty was fascinated by the lacquered cultural objects and architecture fixtures after visiting the Temple of Literature in Hanoi.
  • The dashboard was made of black lacquered sheet metal.
  • Terry-Thomas, the well-known British comedic actor, habitually used an 8-inch (20 cm)-long custom black lacquered whangee cigarette holder.

  • A saihai usually consisted of a lacquered wood stick with metal ends.
  • Highly regarded artifacts in particular were the lacquered wine-bowls and cosmetic boxes, which showcased the craftsmanship of the regional lacquerware industry.
  • 19's century, when in some of Moscows's suburbs and villages of former Troitsk oblast were appeared some workshops for manufacturing painted lacquered products made of papier-mache.
  • "Duco coated" is used in the plumbing industry to describe lacquered floor drains and other similar products.
  • Wooden baseboard can be available in untreated, lacquered or prepainted versions.

  • The empire-style pulpit was designed by Jørgen Hansen Koch. It has a cylindrical shape and is white lacquered with gilded details.
  • The chair is a wooden upholstered armchair featuring two stylized lacquered dragons. It measures 61 by 91 cm.
  • The material that he normally uses is steel (stainless, lacquered, corten) although on occasions he has been known to make use of aluminium or bronze.
  • Arad had left his employment with a firm of architects, Later exhibited pieces had epoxy lacquered frames.
  • A variant of the Day-Date called the "Lacquered Stella" (now more commonly known as "Stella") was introduced to Middle Eastern and Asian markets in the 1970s.

  • Each diner has a small lacquered tray to themselves; very important people may be provided their own low, lacquered table or several small tables.
  • Originally, the auditorium had 598 seats, The original seats contained tapestry coverings; lacquered carmine-colored arms; and lacquered black-and-gold seat backs.
  • Štefánik had the first insignia produced in Tokyo; these were supplied in a lacquered balsa wood box.
  • Christian Louboutin ([...]; born 7 January 1963) is a French fashion designer whose high-end stiletto footwear incorporates shiny, red-lacquered soles that have become his signature.
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