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glossy
'glɑːsiː
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Superficially attractive and stylish; suggesting wealth or expense.
  2. Reflecting light.
  3. (of paper and fabric and leather) having a surface made smooth and glossy especially by pressing between rollers.
(名) As a noun
  1. A photograph that is printed on smooth shiny paper.
  2. A magazine printed on good quality paper.
Hyphenationgloss•y
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun
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平滑pínghuáflat and smooth
光滑guānghuáglossy; sleek; smooth
光润guāngrùnglossy; lustrous; sleek
油亮yóuliàngglossy; shiny
油光yóuguāngglossy; gleaming; shiny (due to greasiness); slick; greasy; oily
油光光yóuguāng guāngglossy; gleaming; shiny (due to greasiness); slick; greasy; oily
gǎo(said of truth) to come out to the open; to be known by all, (ancient form ) glossy; shining
fóubright; glossy (of silk)
滑溜溜huáliū liūsmooth; slick; slippery; glossy
rùnto moisten; to lubricate; to embellish; moist; glossy; sleek
ménadorned; beautified; made up; glossy, thick and sticky thing on the surface of congee; rice gruel
guānglight; ray; bright; shiny; glossy; smooth; only; merely; to use up
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