English version

tanned

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Human
tannedtanned /tΓ¦nd/ adjective πŸ”Š πŸ”Š HBHhaving a darker skin colour because you have been in the sun πŸ”Š He had a tough tanned face and clear eyes.
Examples from the Corpus
tannedβ€’ Vivid blue eyes glittered in his tanned face.β€’ Guido continued to watch her, toying with the salt cellar, his long tanned fingers very dark against the white cloth.β€’ And with his tanned skin, snake tattoo on his left arm and fit physique he certainly looks the part.β€’ Their womenfolk were dressed in tanned skins with beads woven into their hair.β€’ Boot leathers are usually chrome tanned then impregnated with a mixture of paraffin wax and paraffin oil.β€’ It wells up her perfectly tanned throat and finally she starts to shake, honey blonde hair cascading over slim shoulders.β€’ Rachel stared fixedly at his tanned throat where the white shirt was unbuttoned.β€’ He peeled off his T-shirt, revealing a chunky tanned torso that reeked of Lifebuoy soap.
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