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skin

noun [C, U]
 
 
/skɪn/
BODY B1 the outer layer of a person or animal's body
deri, cilt
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
deri, post, pösteki
a leopard skin rugThe skin, hair and bone of non-human animalsCoverings and layers
FRUIT B2 the outer layer of a fruit or vegetable
(meyve, sebze) kabuk, deri, zar
a banana/potato skinFruits and seeds and their partsCoverings and layers
LIQUID a thin, solid layer that forms on the top of a liquid
kabuk, üstteki tabaka
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
bilgisayar ekranında bilginin düzenlendiği ve gösterildiği biçim
Computer concepts
Traducciones de “skin”
en coreano 피부, 껍질…
en árabe جِلْد, قِشْرة…
en francés peau…
en italiano pelle, buccia…
en chino (tradicionál) 皮膚, 皮, 外殼…
en ruso кожа, шкура, кожура…
en polaco skóra, skórka, kożuch…
en español piel, cáscara, película…
en portugués pele, casca…
en alemán die Haut, die Schale…
en catalán pell…
en japonés 肌, 皮膚, (野菜や果物の)皮…
en chino (simplificado) 皮肤, 皮, 外壳…
(Definition of skin noun from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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