English version

tattoo in Visual topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtattootat‧too1 /təˈtuː, tæˈtuː/ noun (plural tattoos)  1 [countable]DC a picture or writing that is permanently marked on your skin using a needle and ink He has a tattoo of a snake on his left arm.2 [countable]AP an outdoor military show with music, usually at night3 [singular]CSPMSOUND a fast continuous beating of a drum, or a sound like this
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tattooI had the feeling Ted might have gotten a tattoo or something, made some drastic alteration in himself.a tattoo of a lionBut tattoos are only skin deep.He emphatically is not advocating parents to go along with kids' desires for tattoos.The couple had their his'n' hers tattoos done during their stormy three-year marriage.He was probably smothered in tattoos, for heaven's sake!As well as treatment of port wine stains, other lasers can be used to remove tattoos or in surgery.He also taught them the arts of circumcision and sub-incision, used to produce the traditional tattoos sported by Aranda menfolk.