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Spanish translation of “tan”

tan

verb /tӕn/ (past tense, past participle tanned)
to make an animal’s skin into leather (by treating it with certain substances)
curtir
They tan the sheepskins in this part of the factory.
to (cause a person’s skin to) become brown in the sun
broncearse
She was tanned by the sun.
tanned adjective sunburnt
bronceado
a tanned face.
tanner noun a person who tans leather.
curtidor
tannery noun (plural tanneries) a place where leather is tanned.
tenería, curtiduría
(Definition of tan from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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