Definition of 'suntan'
Example sentences containing 'suntan'
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You try spreading suntan lotion on your own back. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Tre is going to be on suntan lotion duty quite a lot on the cruise. The Sun (2013)Are they too busy rubbing suntan lotion into the polar bears? The Sun (2010)The only thing you'll need to splash out on is buckets of suntan lotion! The Sun (2011)Six out of ten Scouse women put on suntan lotion around five times a month. The Sun (2008)It's like the whole film has been dipped in suntan oil and left to bake. Times, Sunday Times (2013)HERE'S a tip - get your shorts out of storage and invest in some seriously strong suntan lotion. The Sun (2013)WE inject drugs to get a suntan. The Sun (2008)I have a pale complexion but would love to get a suntan - people with brown skin look so much healthier. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And rather than hit what would be a playground for most young men, the striker just wanted to get a suntan out on the golf course. The Sun (2015)The scent suntan lotion I Great to use on holiday. The Sun (2016)MOST of us slap on the suntan lotion, though we don't give our eyes a second thought. The Sun (2013)A suntan lotion that only provides SPF? The Sun (2013)
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Used Occasionally. suntan is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'suntan'
British English: suntan /ˈsʌnˌtæn/ NOUN
If you have a suntan, the sun has turned your skin a brown colour.
They want to go to the Bahamas and get a suntan.
- American English: suntan
- Arabic: سُمْرَةُ الشَّمْس
- Brazilian Portuguese: bronzeado
- Chinese: 晒黑
- Croatian: preplanulost
- Czech: opálení sluncem
- Danish: solbrændthed
- Dutch: bruine kleur
- European Spanish: moreno
- Finnish: rusketus
- French: bronzage
- German: Sonnenbräune
- Greek: μαύρισμα από τον ήλιο
- Italian: abbronzatura
- Japanese: 小麦色の日焼け
- Korean: 선탠
- Norwegian: brunfarge
- Polish: opalenizna
- European Portuguese: bronzeado
- Romanian: bronz
- Russian: загар
- Spanish: bronceado
- Swedish: solbränna
- Thai: ผิวหนังเป็นสีน้ำตาลเนื่องจากตากแดด
- Turkish: bronzlaşma
- Ukrainian: засмага
- Vietnamese: sự rám nắng
Definition of suntan from the Collins English Dictionary
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