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bronzed

adjective uk   /brɒnzd/  us   /brɑːnzd/
If someone is bronzed, their skin is attractively brown because they have been in the sun: Elaine came back from her holiday looking bronzed and beautiful.
Translations of “bronzed”
in Chinese (Traditional) (皮膚)古銅色的,青銅色的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (皮肤)古铜色的,青铜色的…
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