(of a pale-skinned person) Having golden-brown skin after exposure to the sun
she looks tall, tan, and healthy
(of a pale-skinned person or their skin) Become brown or browner after exposure to the sun
you'll tan very quickly in the pure air
(of the sun) Cause (a pale-skinned person or their skin) to become brown or browner
he looked tanned and fit
Convert (animal skin) into leather by soaking in a liquid containing tannic acid, or by the use of other chemicals
Beat (someone) repeatedly, esp. as a punishment
“If Mickey touches a fishing net, I'll tan his hide!”
A yellowish-brown color
the overall color scheme of tan and cream
A golden-brown shade of skin developed by pale-skinned people after exposure to the sun
Bark of oak or other trees, bruised and used as a source of tannin for converting hides into leather
Such bark from which the tannin has been extracted, used for covering the ground for walking, riding, children's play, etc., and in gardening
of a light yellowish-brown color
a browning of the skin resulting from exposure to the rays of the sun
treat skins and hides with tannic acid so as to convert them into leather
a light brown the color of topaz
get a tan, from wind or sun
tangent: ratio of the opposite to the adjacent side of a right-angled triangle
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A symbol of the trigonometric function tangent
(Tans) Abbreviated name for Black and Tans, the British irregular army group, operating against Irish republicans in the War of Independence 1920/21
(Tanning) An increase in pigment production by the skin. The process decreases the amount of ultraviolet light acting on the skin.
(TANNING) A chemical process which converts the raw hide into a stable product. This process is often accomplished in large vats or drums.
(Tanning) is a method which stabilizes and sanitizes skins. Either a “chrome” or a “vegetable” tanning process is used
(Tanning) A hide or a skin Is converted into leather by a chemical process known as tanning. The two most widely used tanning methods are :-
(tanning) turning raw or green hides into leather.
(Tanning) Process of curing animal or reptile hides and skins into leather.
(Tanning) The conversion of a raw animal skin to a stable, workable, long-lasting material.
(Tanning) The paper has taken on a yellowish or light brown shade from age and exposure to elements or contact with other, cheaper paper.
(Tanning) The process of preparing animal hides for use: tanning prevents decay and permanently softens it. The process involves stretching, scraping, soaking and sometimes smoking a hide.
(Tanning) The process whereby the skin or hide of animals is treated to prevent decay and to impart flexibility and toughness.
(Tanning) a chemical process which converts raw animal hide or skin into leather by impregnating it with tannic acid (usually oak bark), fish oils and animal fats (Chamoising), or alum and salt (tawing).