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Meaning of “complexion” - Learner’s Dictionary

complexion

noun [C]     /kəmˈplekʃən/
SKIN
the colour and appearance of the skin on someone's face: a clear complexionThe head and face
GENERAL CHARACTER
the way something seems to be: This new information puts a completely different complexion on the situation.Conditions and characteristics
Translations of “complexion”
in Arabic بَشرة…
in Korean 피부색…
in Malaysian kulit muka…
in French teint…
in Turkish ten, yüz, cilt…
in Italian carnagione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 臉, (天然的)面色,膚色,氣色…
in Russian цвет лица, вид, характер…
in Polish karnacja, światło…
in Vietnamese nước da…
in Spanish tez…
in Portuguese tez, cútis…
in Thai ลักษณะผิว…
in German der Teint…
in Catalan cutis…
in Japanese 顔のつや…
in Indonesian warna kulit…
in Chinese (Simplified) 脸, (天然的)面色,肤色,气色…
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