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paint·brush

 (pānt′brŭsh′)
n.
1. A brush for applying paint.

paintbrush

(ˈpeɪntˌbrʌʃ)
n
a brush used to apply paint

paint•brush

(ˈpeɪntˌbrʌʃ)

n.
1. a brush for applying paint, as one used in painting houses or pictures.
[1820–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.paintbrush - a brush used as an applicator (to apply paint)paintbrush - a brush used as an applicator (to apply paint)
applicator, applier - a device for applying a substance
brush - an implement that has hairs or bristles firmly set into a handle
Translations
štětec
malerpensel
sivellin
kist
ecset
絵筆
그림붓
čopič
pensel
แปรงทาสี
bút vẽ

paintbrush

[ˈpeɪntbrʌʃ] N (Art) → pincel m; (for decorating) → brocha f

paintbrush

paint brush, paint-brush [ˈpeɪntbrʌʃ] npinceau m

paintbrush

[ˈpeɪntˌbrʌʃ] npennello

paintbrush

فُرْشَاةُ الْدِهْانِ štětec malerpensel Pinsel πινέλο pincel sivellin pinceau kist pennello 絵筆 그림붓 verfkwast malekost pędzel do malowania pincel кисть pensel แปรงทาสี boya fırçası bút vẽ 漆刷
References in classic literature ?
I have seen Harrison called from his bunk to put properly away a misplaced paintbrush, and the two watches below haled from their tired sleep to accompany him and see him do it.
Within less than a minute, the majority of the participants started to transfer the sensation of touch to the portion of empty space where they saw the paintbrush move and experienced an invisible body in that position," explained Arvid Guterstam, lead author from the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden.
Use the paintbrush to cover a section of the balloon in glue and stick strips of newspaper from the top to the bottom.
MATERIALS Decorative paper * Scissors * Mod Podge * Paintbrush * Twine * Thumbtacks (or nails, if necessary) * Clothespins
The paintbrush is the more generic style of moustache, as seen on icons such as, Tom Selleck and Freddie Mercury.
Inventor Scott Stevenson says, "Color-Glide Pro is simple by design; it solves common problems and hassles associated with painting and provides more cost-effectiveness and convenience than a paintbrush.
When things finally get out of control, there comes the realisation that the world is perfect the way it is and the girl is seen leaving the paintbrush behind on the final endpaper.
Said Goodman, "Along with our partners at Indian Paintbrush, we are extremely pleased to be a part of such a great movie, and look forward to working with Drake, Jonathan, Andrea and a tremendous cast of actors.
Mendoza's Paintbrush is adapted from a short story written by Luis Alberto Urrea in 2002.
Use a small, soft paintbrush to brush the stamens of each flower gently.
Add 2 Tbsp of water and stir with the first paintbrush.
More effective quality testing of the synthetic, hollow filaments that are often used in the manufacture of lower cost paintbrushes is the purpose of "ASTM D7233, Test Method for Testing Fracture of Level Paintbrush Filaments," which was developed by Subcommittee D01.