waxing

  1. a gradual increase in magnitude or extent
  2. go up or advance
  3. increase in phase

Waxing

Waxing is a form of semi-permanent hair removal which removes the hair from the root. New hair will not grow back in the previously waxed area for four to six weeks, although some people will start to see regrowth in only a week due to some of their hair being on a different growth cycle. Almost any area of the body can be waxed, including eyebrow...
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waxing

[adj] - (of the moon) becoming full 2. [n] - a gradual increase in magnitude or extent 3. [n] - the application of wax to a surface
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Waxing

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Wax • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Wax
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waxing

adjective (of the moon) pertaining to the period during which the visible surface of the moon increases; `the waxing moon passes from new to full`
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Waxing

A trade expression used in fabrication of interior marble to describe the process of filling natural voids with cements, shellac, or other materials.
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Waxing

An expression used in the marble finishing trades to indicate the filling of natural voids with color blended materials.
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waxing

Applying an edible wax to some fruits and vegetables to help maintain a fresh, bright appearance and to preserve product quality.
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waxing

Brush the cuttings including the finishing station after the finishing with liquid, hot wax to protect against drying out. See also below nursery,
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waxing

depilaciĆ³n, remociĆ³n de vellos (con cera)
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Waxing

Showing evidence of wax
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Waxing

The changing illumination of the Moon (or other body) over time. The Moon waxes, growing more illuminated, between its new and full phases, and wanes, becoming less illuminated, between its full and new phases.
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waxing

The contouring of a pattern in wax, generally applied to the shaping in wax of the contours of a trial denture or a crown prior to casting in metal. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Waxing

The phase of the lunation cycle from new Moon (Sun/Moon conjunction) to full (Sun/Moon opposition) d
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waxing

Type: Term Pronunciation: wak′sing Definitions: 1. The contouring of a pattern in wax, generally applied to the shaping in wax of the contours of a trial denture or a crown prior to casting in metal.
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waxing

wax, waxing, waxed, waxen 1. To grow bigger or greater; to increase. 2. To become. Although this wax is from Old English and Old Frisian and not from Latin nor Greek, it is included here because it is considered a synonym of increase and has special applications in Modern English. This wax should not be confused with another wax which means 'a y...
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