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Synonyme von "wrinkle"
Synonyme von "wrinkle"
Deutsch Definition von "wrinkle"
Deutsch Definition von "wrinkle"
Spanisch Definition von "wrinkle"
Spanisch Definition von "wrinkle"
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He doesn't care about sagging skin and wrinkles. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Hello, wrinkles, liver spots and cancers. Smithsonian Mag (2017)Plus, the Chinese have used gold massage rollers to smooth away wrinkles and brighten skin for centuries. The Sun (2016)He also has to spend a long, surprisingly vulnerable scene naked in the shower, with all the flaws and wrinkles of an older man on full display. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Bring on the grey hair and the wrinkles. The Sun (2008)My grandmother has fantastic genes and only about one wrinkle. The Sun (2006)There were rings on it like the wrinkles around his own knuckles. Diana Wynne Jones CHARMED LIFE (1977)We all get wrinkles because we frown and we get older. The Sun (2013)It is a myth that wrinkles alone make a person look old. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It also has a blur effect that softens the appearance of wrinkles. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We find it works better on deeper wrinkles. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It settled green on the wrinkled grey forehead. Aldiss, Brian Somewhere East of Life (1994)When you lean in you get more wrinkles and folds in your skin. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You pass by the mirror and worry that your face has more wrinkles than it used to. Christianity Today (2000)This potent serum helps to reduce age spots and smooth wrinkles. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The jabs get rid of wrinkles by partially freezing muscles. The Sun (2009)Botox works by paralysing the muscles that make wrinkles. The Sun (2010)But no one should be made to feel they are worthless because of a few wrinkles and grey hairs. The Sun (2009)Others feel that antioxidants are a requirement for any product that is attempting to reduce wrinkles or aid in wrinkle control. Brumberg, Elaine Take Care of Your Skin (1990)Iron out any creases or wrinkles. The Sun (2015)Their skins will become loose, wrinkled and easy to wrest away. Times, Sunday Times (2011)So obsessing about wrinkles isn't for you? Times, Sunday Times (2006)Why don't men get wrinkles around their mouths? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Will help fade age spots, reduce wrinkles and undo some damage caused by smoking. The Sun (2007)Did you feel that it in any way gave a more youthful appearance, or less wrinkled skin? Brumberg, Elaine Take Care of Your Skin (1990)UV rays are the biggest enemy in the fight against ageing and a major cause of wrinkles and age spots. The Sun (2007)The problem is that members are growing older and more wrinkled - and the younger generation do not quite see the point. Times, Sunday Times (2009)

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Übersetzungen für wrinkle

Britisches Englisch: wrinkle /ˈrɪŋkl/ NOUN
Wrinkles are lines which form on someone's face as they grow old.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: wrinkle
  • Arabisch: تـَجْعِيد
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: ruga
  • Chinesisch: 皱纹
  • Kroatisch: bora
  • Tschechisch: vráska
  • Dänisch: rynke
  • Niederländisch: rimpel
  • Europäisches Spanisch: arruga piel
  • Finnisch: ryppy
  • Französisch: ride
  • Deutsch: Falte Gesicht
  • Griechisch: ρυτίδα
  • Italienisch: ruga
  • Japanisch: しわ
  • Koreanisch: 주름살
  • Norwegisch: rynke
  • Polnisch: zmarszczka
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: ruga
  • Rumänisch: rid
  • Russisch: морщина
  • Spanisch: arruga
  • Schwedisch: rynka
  • Thai: รอยย่นบนผิว
  • Türkisch: kırışık
  • Ukrainisch: зморшка
  • Vietnamesisch: vết nhăn


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