tanned, past tense; tanned, past participle; tans, 3rd person singular present; tanning, present participle;
(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!”
bronzed: (of skin) having a tan color from exposure to the sun; "a young bronzed Apollo"
converted to leather by a tanning agent
(tan) of a light yellowish-brown color
(tan) a browning of the skin resulting from exposure to the rays of the sun
(tan) treat skins and hides with tannic acid so as to convert them into leather
get a tan, from wind or sun
Tanning is the process of making leather, which does not easily decompose, from the skins of animals, which do. Often this uses tannin, an acidic chemical compound. Coloring may occur during tanning. A tannery is the term for a place where these skins are processed.
(-tan) Japanese uses a broad array of honorific suffixes for addressing or referring to people. These honorifics are gender-neutral and can be attached to first names as well as surnames.
(TAN!) Thunderbirds are Now! is a Livonia, Michigan-based Post-punk revival band whose sound uses a mix of traditional Post-punk, New Wave and Noise rock. The band is heavily influenced by 1980s New Wave and other Post-punk revival acts like Les Savy Fav. ...
(Tan.) Midrash Tanhuma (Hebrew: מדרש תנחומא) is the name given to three different collections of Pentateuch haggadot; two are extant, while the third is known only through citations. These midrashim, although bearing the name of R. ...
Tân is a commune (xã) and village in Lục Ngạn District, Bac Giang Province, in northeastern Vietnam.
(TAN (banking)) A Transaction authentication number, TAN or T.A.N. is used by some online banking services as a form of single use one-time passwords to authorize financial transactions. TANs are a second layer of security above and beyond the traditional single-password authentication.
Who or that has or have a suntan; finished leather, made using tannic acid (as opposed to abrasion)
(tan) A symbol of the trigonometric function tangent
(TAN) Raised platform seats in the zendo upon which people sit for zazen.
(tan) female roles in Chinese opera.
(T-A-N) TOUCH WHERE? X,1-CL, THAT POINT. In the classifier, the NDH represents the curve and the DH represents a tangent to that curve. The hands are oriented so that they show the actual orientation of the line to the curve visually.
(TAN (Total Acid Number)) The quantity of base, expressed in milligrams of potassium hydroxide, that is required to neutralize all acidic constituents present in 1 gram of sample. (ASTM Designation D 974.)
(TAN) (Celtic ) A fire, usually a ritual bonfire. Also teine.
(TAN) (Email list subject line tag) - tangent (not RS related)
(TAN) Short for TANgential; in that it goes off on a tangent, not relevant to the topic, off-topic.
(TAN) Something or someone absorbing your energy; needing to change your 'tone,' or look beyond the surface / Vanity
(TAN) Tax Anticipation Note.
(TAN) Total Acid Number (ASTM D 664)
(TAN) Total Ammoniacal Nitrogen See Ammonia nitrogen