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N-MASS 蜡 Wax is a solid, slightly shiny substance made of fat or oil which is used to make candles and polish. It melts when it is heated.
There were coloured candles which had spread pools of wax on the furniture...
She loved the scent in the house of wax polish.
VERB 给…上蜡 If you wax a surface, you put a thin layer of wax onto it, especially in order to polish it.
We'd have long talks while she helped me wax the floor.
...all those Sundays spent washing and waxing the car.
VERB 用蜡给（皮肤）除毛 If you have your legs waxed, you have the hair removed from your legs by having wax put on them and then pulled off quickly.
She has just had her legs waxed at the local beauty parlour...
She could go shopping, and wax her legs.
N-UNCOUNT 耳垢;耳屎 Wax is the sticky yellow substance found in your ears.
VERB 畅谈 If you say that someone, for example, waxes lyrical or waxes indignant about a subject, you mean that they talk about it in an enthusiastic or indignant way.
He waxed lyrical about the skills and commitment of his employees...
My mother waxed eloquent on the theme of wifely duty.
PHRASE 兴衰;盛衰 If something waxes and wanes, it first increases and then decreases over a period of time.
Portugal and Spain had possessed vast empires that waxed and waned.