Definition of 'sunburnt'
Example sentences containing 'sunburnt'
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The barrel was cold against my sunburnt skin. Travels with Rosinante (1990)She stroked his forearm and peeled some sunburnt skin from it. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There is simply no excuse for getting sunburnt. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Some of her repertoire gets sunburnt too. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They also make jibes about the poor tourists who get a little sunburnt trying to get a tan. The Sun (2014)He wears a woolly hat in winter and has a parasol in the summer to stop his head getting sunburnt. The Sun (2015)Out go the puzzling proportions and lurid colours, so disastrous on pale and sunburnt skins. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is hard to imagine six men crossing the Pacific without any sunburnt backs or peeled noses. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You wouldn't go back into the sun after getting sunburnt. The Sun (2012)He gets sunburnt, despite her warnings. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Getting sunburnt was a hazard, though. Times, Sunday Times (2013)While getting a healthy summer glow is desirable in the warmer months, red and painful sunburnt skin is not. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The doubting duck was a bit chewy and its small banger of confit too dry - straw wrapped in flakes of sunburnt skin. Times, Sunday Times (2013)My face looks sunburnt and I still have static. The Sun (2014)I'm not one for sitting on a beach and getting sunburnt. Times, Sunday Times (2015)My clothes and wallet were gone, and I was badly sunburnt. The Sun (2009)I'm giggling just looking at the big elephant seals up there covering themselves in sand so they don't get sunburnt. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'sunburnt'
British English: sunburnt /ˈsʌnˌbɜːnt/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is sunburnt has sore skin because they have spent too much time in hot sunshine.
A badly sunburnt face or back is extremely painful.
- American English: sunburned
- Arabic: أَسْفَع
- Brazilian Portuguese: queimado do sol
- Chinese: 晒伤的
- Croatian: izgorio
- Czech: spálený sluncem
- Danish: solskoldet
- Dutch: verbrand door de zon
- European Spanish: quemado
- Finnish: auringossa palanut
- French: brûlé par le soleil
- German: einen Sonnenbrand haben
- Greek: ηλιοκαμένος
- Italian: scottato dal sole
- Japanese: 日焼けした
- Korean: 볕에 탄
- Norwegian: solbrent
- Polish: spalony słońcem
- European Portuguese: queimado do sol
- Romanian: ars de soare
- Russian: обожженный солнцем
- Spanish: bronceado
- Swedish: solbränd
- Thai: เกรียมจากการถูกแดดมากเกินไป
- Turkish: güneş yanığı
- Ukrainian: засмаглий
- Vietnamese: bị cháy nắng
Definition of sunburnt from the Collins English Dictionary
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