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skin in Food topic

skinskin2 verb (skinned, skinning) [transitive]  1 DFDLOto remove the skin from an animal, fruit, or vegetablepeel Add the tomatoes, skinned and sliced.2 HURT/CAUSE PAINto hurt yourself by rubbing off some skin syn graze She fell and skinned her knee.3 skin somebody alive4 informalBEAT/DEFEAT to completely defeat someone syn hammer The football team really skinned Watertown last year.5 there's more than one way to skin a cat skin up→ See Verb table
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skinAlthough it wore a dress, the person was unrecognizable as the face had been skinned.The surface of the pond had begun to skin.You look back and see that there is more than one way to skin a cat.Add four boned and skinned duck breasts.She skinned her knee when she fell off her bike.Lucie slipped the scarlet waistcoat off Gabriel's shoulders and skinned him of the white silk shirt.So as soon as the bamboos were skinned, the fishermen coated them with a natural insect repellent.