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Nugget vs. Polish

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Nuggetnoun

(countable) A small, compact chunk or clump.

‘a gold nugget’;

Polishnoun

A substance used to polish.

‘A good silver polish will remove tarnish easily.’;

Nuggetnoun

(countable) A chicken nugget.

Polishnoun

Cleanliness; smoothness, shininess.

‘The floor was waxed to a high polish.’;

Nuggetnoun

(countable) A tidbit of something valuable.

‘a nugget of wisdom’;

Polishnoun

Refinement; cleanliness in performance or presentation.

‘The lecturer showed a lot of polish at his last talk.’;

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Nuggetnoun

(countable) A small piece of tasty food, a tidbit.

Polishverb

(transitive) To shine; to make a surface very smooth or shiny by rubbing, cleaning, or grinding.

‘He polished up the chrome until it gleamed.’;

Nuggetnoun

(uncountable) A type of boot polish.

Polishverb

(transitive) To refine; remove imperfections from.

‘The band has polished its performance since the last concert.’;

Nuggetnoun

(countable) A bud from the Cannabis sativa plant, especially one that is potent.

Polishverb

(transitive) To apply shoe polish to shoes.

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Nuggetnoun

An inexperienced, newly trained fighter pilot.

Polishverb

(intransitive) To become smooth, as from friction; to receive a gloss; to take a smooth and glossy surface.

‘Steel polishes well.’;

Nuggetnoun

(comptheory) A partial description gleaned from data mining.

Polishverb

(transitive) To refine; to wear off the rudeness, coarseness, or rusticity of; to make elegant and polite.

Nuggetnoun

A lump; a mass, esp. a native lump of a precious metal; as, a nugget of gold.

Polishadjective

Of or pertaining to Poland or its inhabitants.

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Nuggetnoun

Something of value, usually found among many other less valuable things; - often used figuratively; as, a nugget of useful information in a sea of data.

Polishverb

To make smooth and glossy, usually by friction; to burnish; to overspread with luster; as, to polish glass, marble, metals, etc.

Nuggetnoun

a solid lump of a precious metal (especially gold) as found in the earth

Polishverb

Hence, to refine; to wear off the rudeness, coarseness, or rusticity of; to make elegant and polite; as, to polish life or manners.

Polishverb

To become smooth, as from friction; to receive a gloss; to take a smooth and glossy surface; as, steel polishes well.

Polishnoun

A smooth, glossy surface, usually produced by friction; a gloss or luster.

‘Another prism of clearer glass and better polish.’;

Polishnoun

Anything used to produce a gloss.

Polishnoun

Fig.: Refinement; elegance of manners.

‘This Roman polish and this smooth behavior.’;

Polishnoun

the property of being smooth and shiny

Polishnoun

a highly developed state of perfection; having a flawless or impeccable quality;

‘they performed with great polish’; ‘I admired the exquisite refinement of his prose’; ‘almost an inspiration which gives to all work that finish which is almost art’;

Polishnoun

a preparation used in polishing

Polishnoun

the Slavic language of Poland

Polishverb

(of surfaces) make shine;

‘shine the silver, please’; ‘polish my shoes’;

Polishverb

improve or perfect by pruning or polishing;

‘refine one's style of writing’;

Polishverb

bring to a highly developed, finished, or refined state;

‘polish your social manners’;

Polishadjective

of or relating to Poland or its people or culture;

‘Polish sausage’;

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