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Definición de “tan” en inglés

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tan

noun [C] uk   /tæn/ ( also suntan) us  
B2 pleasantly brown skin caused by being in the hot sun: a deep tan
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tan

adjective uk   /tæn/ us  
pale yellowish-brown in colour
tan
noun [U] uk   us  

tan

verb uk   /tæn/ (-nn-) us  

tan verb (COLOUR)

[I or T] to become brown, or to make someone's body or skin, etc. brown, from being in the sun: Her skin tans very quickly in the summer. I need to tan my legs before the holiday. Tanned workmen were sitting around the dock.
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tan verb (LEATHER)

[T] to change animal skin into leather using special chemicals such as tannin

tan

abbreviation uk   /tæn/ us  
written abbreviation for tangent
Traducciones de “tan”
en coreano 햇볓에 탄 갈색 피부…
en árabe سُمْرة…
en francés tanner, bronzer…
en turco bronz rengi, güneş yanığı…
en italiano abbronzatura…
en chino (tradicionál) 曬成棕褐色的膚色…
en ruso загар…
en polaco opalenizna…
en español curtir, broncearse…
en portugués bronzeado…
en alemán gerben, bräunen…
en catalán bronzejat…
en japonés 日焼け…
en chino (simplificado) 晒成棕褐色的肤色…
(Definition of tan from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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