from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A tan color on the skin resulting from exposure to the sun.
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- n. In humans a brown or darkened coloration of the skin caused by exposure to ultraviolet light.
- v. To obtain a suntan by exposure to ultraviolet light.
- v. To attempt to obtain a suntan.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. get a tan from being exposed to the sun
- n. a browning of the skin resulting from exposure to the rays of the sun
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If you use those skin tanning products, what I refer to as a suntan in a bottle, I would recommend this product to you.
Toward the end of the dinner, she excused herself to go soak in suntan lotions and to lie down and read.
-- Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi accidentally says Obama has "suntan" -- Obama's relatives in Kenya celebrate his win -- Liberal celebrities angry at California's passage of Proposition 8 marriage bill -- White House pet Barney Bush bites a reporter!
When it's a sign of leisure to lie in the sun all day while others work in an office, then a suntan is a must-have.
Keyword suntan lotion is a formulated substance that we use to guard from third degree burns, skin cancers, and other conditions that cause unrestrained exposure to sunlight.
Keyword suntan lotion is a devised substance that we use to protect from third degree burns, skin cancers, and other conditions that cause unrestrained exposure to daylight.
While Kirk is 50 and divorced, Giannoulias recently got engaged in Paris and, like Brown, is athletic, energetic and personable, even if his suntan is a little surprising for freezing Chicago.
A suntan is the skin's way of showing damage to sun exposure.
Mr. Berlusconi made the remark while meeting President Dmitri A. Medvedev of Russia, saying that Senator Barack Obama's good looks, his youth and his so-called suntan were "all the qualities" for Mr. Medvedev and the future president to "develop a good working relationship."
TPA researchers compiled the costs of Insurance Premium Tax, Air Passenger Duty and VAT on a typical basket of pre-holiday purchases such as suntan lotion and swimming trunks, and discovered that every individual going on holiday abroad pays an average of £30 in tax, and more if you are flying long-haul.