Definition of 'zit'
Example sentences containing 'zit'
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Yet more and more women complain to me about zits. Times, Sunday Times (2012)My skin gleamed and all zits had disappeared. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And a third of women have cancelled a date because of a bad breakout of zits. The Sun (2012)It seems particularly cruel that you can have grey hair and still be prone to the odd zit. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Simply apply to the zit and leave as long as you can to disguise the spot as it heals. The Sun (2014)When the door is opened, you pop out like a burst zit. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Trends of 'zit'
Used Rarely. zit is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'zit'
British English: zit /zɪt/ NOUN
Zits are spots on someone's skin, especially a young person's.
- American English: zit
- Arabic: بَثْرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: espinha
- Chinese: 丘疹
- Croatian: bubuljica
- Czech: uher
- Danish: bums filipens
- Dutch: pukkel
- European Spanish: grano coloquial
- Finnish: näppylä
- French: bouton peau
- German: Pickel
- Greek: σπυράκι
- Italian: foruncolo
- Japanese: にきび
- Korean: 여드름
- Norwegian: kvise
- Polish: pryszcz
- European Portuguese: borbulha
- Romanian: coș
- Russian: угри высыпания на лице
- Spanish: grano acné
- Swedish: finne kvissla
- Thai: สิว
- Turkish: sivilce
- Ukrainian: прищ
- Vietnamese: mụn
Definition of zit from the Collins English Dictionary
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