turpentine - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "turpentine" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

turpentine / скипидар, терпентин, живица
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turpentine, pitch
sap, turpentine, galipot, gallipot
box, bleed, turpentine
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a volatile pungent oil distilled from gum turpentine or pine wood, used in mixing paints and varnishes and in liniment.
When drilling in glass, always use oil of turpentine with a little camphor to lubricate the wire-drill.
any of a number of trees that yield turpentine or a similar resin, in particular.
Found in hot, dry places and translated under various names, the turpentine tree produces an oil resin with commercial value.
apply turpentine to.
These old sentinels have witnessed droughts, hurricanes, logging, turpentining , and development across the river.
Many spots will disappear if rubbed with a solution made of equal parts of boiled linseed oil, turpentine and vinegar, or with a cleaning-polishing wax.
The privately-owned firm manufactures and packages an array of products including white spirit, methylated spirit, turpentine and creosote.
Store all flammables (ie. Gas, turpentine , paints, propane, etc.) in an outdoor shed.
To make this, mix equal quantities of linseed oil, white spirit or turpentine , and vinegar in a bottle and shake well.
Son of an artist, Ward was raised with the smell of oil paints and turpentine and spent much of his childhood going in the back doors of museums and galleries.
They'll sniff, claw, sample or rub aromatic wood - such as cedar or pine - and petroleum products - such as tarpaper, paint, turpentine , kerosene and charcoal lighting fluid.
It was created by adding a good deal of turpentine to the paint before it was applied as the final coat.
Keeping with traditional methods, Hansen uses a boiled mixture of turpentine and pine tar to protect the unfinished wood.
The paintings have the appearance of palimpsests, with rubbed-out passages, and residues of paint and turpentine streaming down the canvas.
It is made with a series of stencils cut out of paper soaked in linseed oil, turpentine and hand-coloured.