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sun-kissed

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˈsʌn.kɪst/ mainly humorous
describes a place that receives a lot of sun, or a person whose appearance is attractive because they have recently been in the sun
(地方)陽光充足的;(人因曬過太陽而)膚色健康的
Describing good weatherHair colour
Translations of “sun-kissed”
in Chinese (Simplified) (地方)阳光充足的, (人因晒过太阳而)肤色健康的…
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