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lacquer in Visual topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlacquerlac‧quer1 /ˈlækə $ -ər/ noun [uncountable]  1 AVa liquid painted onto metal or wood to form a hard shiny surfacevarnish2 old-fashionedDCB hairspray
Examples from the Corpus
lacquerMatt lacquer is a quicker alternative with the advantage of impermeability.Harcourt does not understand why she must hire outside consultants to calculate emission of fumes from a nontoxic lacquer.You may wish to embellish the controls with rubdown lettering followed by a coat of spray-on protective lacquer as usual.If so, lacquer might also ward off shipworm.