Yes you sure can. However spraying brush on lacquer based on my own personal experience requires to reduce with lacquer thinner to flow properly with HVLP equipment.
I have used Minwax brush on lacquer. The techs at Minwax advise NOT to spray brush on lacquer. Due to the fact doing so will increase VOC levels. Volatile organic compounds can and WILL make a person sick. Invest in a quality respirator.I use 3m cartridge type when spraying. Trust me....don't use a Covid type paper mask. Your lungs and life will thank you.
Technique I use: My experience use a calibrated mixing cup from a auto paint supply store. Use 3-1 mix. 3 parts laquer to one part lacquer thinner. NOT acetone. Clean strip brand lacquer is what I use. Viscosity is good and the minwax brushing lacquer had retarders in it to slow down dry time. Minwax spray can will dry almost instantly. I used a cheap hvlp from harbor freight detail gun with a 1.0 tip. I do small projects. A 1.3 tip works great as well.
The lacquer lays down and levels rather well. 30 minutes and another coat. Every 3 coats I will use 0000 steel wool lubricated with mineral spirits. The end results will result in a glass smooth finish that will rival the best auto clear coat on the market. And yes....you can use automotive clear coat on wood.