substance applied to a surface in liquid form to give it colour
(set of) tubes or blocks of paint
layer of drier paint on a surface
cosmetics for applying to the face
put paint onto (sth)
make a picture with paint
put powder, lipstick, etc. onto (the face, etc.)
describe in clear well-chosen words
"artists use `paint' and `pigment' interchangeably"
"he hit a jump shot from the top of the key"
"he dominates play in the paint"
"he painted all day in the garden"
"He painted a painting of the garden"
"We painted the rooms yellow"
"He painted his mistress many times"
Now the paint and plaster had fallen in lumps and not been replaced.
出自： M. Dickens
A rich, deep white that comes from many coats of good-quality paint.
出自： J. Diski
The organic carbon in ancient paints derives from blood.
Are you going to paint or varnish the wood-work?
出自：Oxford English Dictionary
The standing figure to the right was painted in after the rest of the picture was completed.
多美的一座山啊!我一定要把它画进画中。 paint sb/sth in sth
She painted her mother and father in oils.
那个艺术家不顾家里人的异议,继续画了下去。 paint sth ⇔ on
That isn't a real drawer in the table; it's just painted on.
你愿意在木板上画还是在纸上画? paint sth on sth
The painter is already painting the name of the new owner on the shop front.
The ship's name has been painted out and replaced with a new one.
The city has been painted up for festival celebrations.
They painted the underside of their planes with a black varnish.
The doctor painted my wound with ointment.
The walls were painted with flowers and scenery.
The ancient vase was painted with pastoral scenes.