polished definition

  • adjective:
    • Made shiny and smooth by or as though by rubbing or chemical action.
    • Naturally shiny and smooth.
    • getting the husk or outer levels eliminated. Used of grains of rice.
    • Refined; cultured: polished ways.
    • Having no defects or mistakes; perfect: offered a polished presentation into the board.
    • Made smooth or shiny by polishing.
    • processed, elegant
    • Made smooth and glossy, as by rubbing; therefore, very done; refined; courteous
    • (of grains particularly rice) getting the husk or outer layers removed
    • (of lumber or stone) to trim and smooth
    • showing a higher level of refinement additionally the assurance which comes from wide social experience
    • perfected or made shiny and smooth
  • verb:
    • Easy past tight and previous participle of polish.
  • others:
    • Made smooth by polishing.
    • Having normally a smooth, lustrous area, that way created by polishing; particularly, in entomology smooth and shining, but without metallic luster.
    • Brought by education or elaboration to an ailment void of roughness, irregularity, flaws, or inelegances; very carefully elaborated; especially, elegant; processed; courteous.
    • Purified; absolved.

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