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Translation of "skin" - English-Russian dictionary

skin

noun [C, U]     /skɪn/
BODY
B1 the outer layer of a person or animal's body кожа dark/fair skin The skin, hair and bone of non-human animalsThe skin, and skin colourCoverings and layers
ANIMAL
the outer layer of a dead animal used as leather, fur, etc кожа, шкура a leopard skin rugThe skin, hair and bone of non-human animalsCoverings and layers
FRUIT
B2 the outer layer of a fruit or vegetable кожура a banana/potato skinFruits and seeds and their partsCoverings and layers
LIQUID
a thin, solid layer that forms on the top of a liquid пленка A skin had formed on the top of the milk.Coverings and layers
COMPUTERS
the particular way that information is arranged and shown on a computer screen определенный способ организации и отображения информации на экране компьютера Computer concepts
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