tan

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} bronzlaşmış cilt
{i} yanık ten

Eskiden sarışın ve yanık tenli olduğuna inanamıyorum. - I cannot believe you used to be blonde and tanned.

{i} sepileme
{i} taba rengi
{i} tabaklama

Tabaklama kötü kokulu bir iştir. - Tanning is stinky work.

{f} kamçılamak
{s} tabaklama ile ilgili
{f} bronzlaşmak
{f} yanmak (güneşte)
{f} güneşlenmek
{i} meşe kabuğu (tabaklamada)
sarımsı kahverengi
güneş yanığı
güneşte yanmak
sepilemek
{f} bronzlaş

Bronzlaşmış güzel bir cildi var. - She has a beautiful tan.

Tom nerede bronzlaştı? - Where did Tom get that tan?

bronzlaştırmak
(hayvan derisi) tabaklamak
bronz

Şu adam çok bronzlaşmış. - That man is very tanned.

Bronzlaşma, cilt kanserine neden olabilir. - Tanning can cause skin cancer.

açık kahverengi
sepicilikte kulla
güneşte yanmış ten rengi
güneşe göstererek karartmak
{f} (cilt) (güneşte) bronzlaşmak/kararmak; (cildi) bronzlaştırmak/karartmak
{i} 1. sarımsı kahverengi. 2
mazı tozu
güneşte yanıp esmerleşmek
sa
esmer
somon
(Bilgisayar) ten rengi

Onun güzel bir ten rengi var. - He has a beautiful tan.

sepil
dövmek
tabaklamak
tan house
tan ev
tan line
Bikini izi
tan s.o.´s hide
birine dayak atmak, birini pataklamak
tan alt
(Askeri) GÖLGE FAKTÖRÜ: Bak "shadow factor"
tan liquor
sepi şerbeti
tan ooze
sepi şerbeti
tan pickle
sepi şerbeti
tan pit
tabakhane
tan pit
sepi kuyusu
tan s.o.'s hide
{k} birine dayak atmak, birini dövmek
tan smb.'s hide
eşek sudan gelinceye kadar dövmek
tan smb.'s hide
fena dövmek
tanned
bronzlaşmış

Mary'nin hafifçe bronzlaşmış bir cildi var. - Mary has a slightly tanned skin.

Şu adam çok bronzlaşmış. - That man is very tanned.

tanned
yanık tenli

Eskiden sarışın ve yanık tenli olduğuna inanamıyorum. - I cannot believe you used to be blonde and tanned.

tanning
{i} bronzlaşma

Bronzlaşma, cilt kanserine neden olabilir. - Tanning can cause skin cancer.

tanned
yanık

Eskiden sarışın ve yanık tenli olduğuna inanamıyorum. - I cannot believe you used to be blonde and tanned.

tanning
sepi
tanning
tabaklık
fan-tan
parayla oynanan bir tür Çin kâğıt oyunu
tanner
tabak
tanner
deri tabaklayan
tanner
sepici
tanning
sepileme
tanning
tabaklama

Tabaklama kötü kokulu bir iştir. - Tanning is stinky work.

Tanning
Tabaklama, ham derilerin kollajen ile bağ yapan tabaklayıcı maddelerle muamele edilerek kimyasal ve fiziksel dayanımı yüksek ara ürün haline getirlmesi
farmer's tan
Amele yanığı
get a tan
Güneşlenmek
sun tan
Paz tan
sun tan
güneş yanığı
sun-tan
Paz-tan
to tan
tan
axial tan
eksenel vantilatör
green tan
yeşil taba rengi
greenish tan
yeşilimsi taba
tanned
tabaklanmış
tanner
tannerydebbağ hane
tanner
tabakçı
tanner
altı penilik para
tanner
tabakhane
tanner
{i} altı penilik para [brit.]
tanning
güneşlenme
tanning
dayak
tanning
debagat
tanning
{i} dayak atma
tanning
{i} yanma (cilt)
tanning
dövme
Türkisch - Türkisch
Afrika'nın kıyı bölgelerinde bulunan ve mangrovun sudan çıkmış bölümüne denk düşen tuzlu toprak
Ululuk
şafak
Güneş doğmadan önceki alaca karanlık
tan eylemek
Ayıplamak, kınamak
TAN'İM
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Nimet vermek, nimetlendirmek
tan tun
Öldürülmek veya başı belâya uğramak anlamına gelen tan tuna gitmek deyiminde geçer
tan yeli
Sabaha doğru çıkan hafif rüzgâr
tan yeri
Güneşin doğmak üzere olduğu sırada, ufukta hafifçe aydınlanan yer
geçici tan
(Tekstil) Tan yerinde gün doğmadan beliren, sonradan kaybolan geçici aydınlık, yalancı tan, fecrikâzip
yalancı tan
(Tekstil) Tan yerinde gün doğmadan beliren, sonradan kaybolan geçici aydınlık, geçici tan, fecrikâzip
Englisch - Englisch
Transaction authentication number, in electronic banking
IATA airport code for Taunton Municipal Airport in Taunton, Massachusetts
Total Acid Number, the measure of a lubricant's or crude oil's acidity
An English surname derived from the transliteration of various Asian surnames, particularly originating from China and Vietnam
The second cardinal number two, formerly used in Celtic areas, especially Cumbria and parts of Yorkshire, for counting sheep, and stitches in knitting.See Wikipedia article on Yan Tan Tethera
To change an animal hide into leather by soaking it in tannic acid.See Wikipedia article on Tanning. To work as a tanner
A darkening of the skin resulting from exposure to sunlight or similar light sources

She still has a tan from her vacation in Mexico.

To spank or beat

Well, go 'long and play; but mind you get back some time in a week, or I'll tan you..

Of a yellowish-brown

Mine is the white car parked next to the tan pickup truck.

The bark of an oak or other tree from which tannic acid is obtained
A yellowish-brown colour

tan colour:.

To change to a tan colour due to exposure to the sun

No matter how long I stay out in the sun, I never tan. though I do burn.

Having dark skin as a result of exposure to the sun

You’re looking very tan this week.

{v} to cure skins, become brown, turn, beat
{n} bark which has been used in tanning, a substance in gall nuts
(Email list subject line tag) - tangent (not RS related)
Allotted seat on the platform (sho) for zazen
To make brown; to imbrown, as by exposure to the rays of the sun; as, to tan the skin
Temporary Authorization Number TRA: Threat and Risk Assessment
When your skin is damaged by exposure to the UVA and UVB rays of the sun, its reaction is to produce more melanin as an attempt to protect itself against further damage Melanocytes (produce Melanin) float within the epidermis and don't migrate to the top Melanin is a brown colored protein that helps determine the color of our skin The Melanin that the melanocytes make finds its way into the keratinocytes (the cells containing the keratin) as they make their way up to the surface The melanocytes produce more melanin when we are exposed to the sun The result of this is a tan
when the message pertains only indirectly to Photoshop
{f} acquire a brownish color by exposure to the sun's rays (of the skin); make the skin brown by exposure to the sun's rays; beat, thrash (Informal); convert animal skin into leather
If a part of your body tans or if you tan it, your skin becomes darker than usual because you spend a lot of time in the sun. I have very pale skin that never tans Leigh rolled over on her stomach to tan her back. + tanned tanned Their skin was tanned and glowing from their weeks at the sea
(Total) acid number
{s} brownish-yellow; having a suntan; used to convert animal hide into leather
stay (a so him tan = that's how he is)
Of the color of tan; yellowish- brown
If you have a tan, your skin has become darker than usual because you have been in the sun. She is tall and blonde, with a permanent tan. = suntan
Something that is tan is a light brown colour. a tan leather jacket
To get or become tanned
a darkening of the skin resulting from exposure to the sun
of a light yellowish-brown color
treat skins and hides with tannic acid so as to convert them into leather
A yellowish-brown color, like that of tan
get a tan, from wind or sun
To thrash or beat; to flog; to switch
Name or designation
Body
Traditional Access Nation
Abbreviation for the Trust Assurance Network
To convert (the skin of an animal) into leather, as by usual process of steeping it in an infusion of oak or some other bark, whereby it is impregnated with tannin, or tannic acid (which exists in several species of bark), and is thus rendered firm, durable, and in some degree impervious to water
ratio of the opposite to the adjacent side of a right-angled triangle
total ammonia nitrogen
The bark of the oak, and some other trees, bruised and broken by a mill, for tanning hides; so called both before and after it has been used
Total Acid Number
a browning of the skin resulting from exposure to the rays of the sun
To tan animal skins means to make them into leather by treating them with tannin or other chemicals. the process of tanning animal hides. tangent. Black and Tan Tan Cheng Lock Tan Malaka Ibrahim Datuk
A brown color imparted to the skin by exposure to the sun; as, hands covered with tan
a light brown a browning of the skin resulting from exposure to the rays of the sun get a tan, from wind or sun treat skins and hides with tannic acid so as to convert them into leather of a light yellowish-brown color
Line activated telephone recorder
a light brown
Raised platform seats in the zendo upon which people sit for zazen
a variable color that is a light yellowish brown Plural tense: tan-colored articles of clothing
to change an animal hide into leather by soaking it in tannic acid
Tax Anticipation Note
{i} suntan, brownish color acquired by the skin through exposure to the sun's rays
Computes a tangent
Called also tan bark
tan line
the division between skin that has darkened or tanned from exposure to sun and skin that has not been exposed to sun

His sunglasses left a tan line around his eyes.

tan lines
plural form of tan line
tan someone's hide
To beat or spank someone

You lying little snipe, he roared. . . . I've a mind to tan your hide good..

tan skin
Olive, beige, or tan skin (as well as the adjective "swarthy") describes a skin color range of some individuals, who are Caucasian (especially of Mediterranean stock), or Asian. Named as such for its olive hue, or sun tanned appearance, it usually refers to a natural skin tone. It is sometimes used as a colour terminology for race. Lighter olive skin, or those who get less sun exposure, has a dull pale yellow appearance with a greenish hue to their skin
Tan Cheng Lock
born April 5, 1883, Malacca, Straits Settlements died Dec. 8, 1960, Malacca Malaysian Chinese community leader and politician. Born to a wealthy Chinese family, he campaigned against "pro-Malay" policies and in favour of equal rights for all ethnic groups, whether immigrant or indigenous. After World War II, he supported the British proposal for a unitary state with common citizenship, which the Malays rejected. During the Malayan Emergency, he cooperated with the British to promote national unity. In 1949 he was chosen to head the Malayan Chinese Association, the first full-fledged centrist Malayan Chinese political party, and he continued as its head after Malayan independence in 1957
tan line
line between tanned and untanned skin (usually where clothing ended)
tan rot
A disease of the strawberry plant caused by the fungus Pezizella lythri and marked by the formation of tan indentations on the surface of the fruit
Black and Tan
A member of the RIC British irregular army group, operating against Irish republicans in the War of Independence 1920/21
Black and Tan
A drink combining stout and ale
Tanner
A male given name, modern transferred use of the surname
Yuan Tan
Chinese New Year
black and tan
An alcoholic beverage made from a dark and a light malt, typically Guinness or Beamish stout (black) and Bass or Harp ale (tan). In the United Kingdom, the liquids are mixed together. In the U.S., the heavier liquid fills the bottom of the glass, and the other is poured over a spoon to avoid mixing

Not only did the Dublin barkeeps not make a shamrock in the foam, they claimed to not even know what a black and tan was.

catch a tan
To get a suntan

I hope you'll find the right man who'll fix it for ya - Zutons - Valerie.

farmer's tan
The tan line left by clothing, especially, by a short-sleeved shirt
tanned
Simple past tense and past participle of tan
tanned
finished leather, made using tannic acid (as opposed to abrasion)
tanned
Who or that has or have a suntan

tanned bodies lying on the beach.

tanning
Present participle of tan
tanning
The acquisition of a tan, either by exposure to the sun, or artificially
tanning
See Tan, v
tanner
{n} one who tans hides for lether
tanning
Tanning is the process of converting putrescible skin into non-putrescible leather, usually with tannin, an acidic chemical compound that prevents decomposition and often imparts color
Black and Tan
A member of a paramilitary force recruited in Britain and sent to Ireland as part of the Royal Irish Constabulary to suppress the Sinn Fein rebellion of 1919 to 1921. Member of a British auxiliary force employed in Ireland against the republicans (1920-21). When Irish nationalist agitation intensified after World War I, many Irish police resigned and were replaced by these temporary English recruits, who dressed in a mixed "black and tan" outfit because of a shortage of uniforms. In their efforts to thwart the terrorism of the Irish Republican Army, the Black and Tans themselves engaged in brutal reprisals
Ibrahim Datuk Tan Malaka
born 1894 died April 16, 1949, Blitar, Java, Indon. Indonesian communist leader. A schoolteacher, he became a communist after returning from Europe in 1919. He was exiled by the Dutch for trying to incite a general strike in 1922 but returned to Java in 1944 and, competing with Sukarno for control of the Indonesian nationalist movement, created a coalition that briefly came to power in 1946. He was imprisoned later that year on charges of attempting a coup. In 1948, while the Dutch and Indonesians were at war, he proclaimed himself head of Indonesia. Forced to flee the invading Dutch, within a few months he was captured and executed by Sukarno's supporters
Tanner
modern transferred use of the surname
Tanner
An occupational surname for a tanner
Tans
Abbreviated name for Black and Tans, the British irregular army group, operating against Irish republicans in the War of Independence 1920/21
black and tan
an English recruit (who wore a uniform that was black and tan) serving in the Irish constabulary to suppress the Sinn Fein rebellion of 1919 to 1921
black-and-tan coonhound
Any of an American breed of large, strong coonhounds that have pendulous ears and a short black coat with tan markings above the eyes and on the chest, legs, and muzzle
black-and-tan coonhound
American breed of large powerful hound dogs used for hunting raccoons and other game
tanned
having a darker skin colour because you have been in the sun
tanned
past of tan
tanned
(of skin) having a tan color from exposure to the sun; "a young bronzed Apollo"
tanned
converted to leather by a tanning agent
tanner
A coin, the sixpenny bit
tanner
A sixpence
tanner
One whose occupation is to tan hides, or convert them into leather by the use of tan
tanner
a small coin of the United Kingdom worth six pennies; not minted since 1970
tanner
A tanner is someone whose job is making leather from animal skins. someone whose job is to make animal skin into leather by tanning
tanner
{i} one who tans hides, one who makes animal hides into leather
tanner
a craftsman who tans skins and hides
tanner
A person whose occupation is to tan hides, or convert them into leather by the use of tan
tanning
making leather from rawhide process in which skin pigmentation darkens as a result of exposure to ultraviolet light
tanning
{i} process of making animal hides into leather; browning of the skin through exposure to the sun's rays; beating, whipping
tanning
The art or process of converting skins into leather
tanning
– The process of converting a raw hide into a stable, non-perishable state
tanning
beating with a whip or strap or rope as a form of punishment
tanning
Processing whereby putrescible raw hides and skins are converted into leather
tanning
process in which skin pigmentation darkens as a result of exposure to ultraviolet light
tanning
Chemical treatment of raw animal hides or skins to convert them into leather. Vegetable tanning (using bark, wood, roots, or berries) has been practiced since prehistoric times. After removal of hair, flesh, or fat, a tanning agent displaces water from the interstices between the protein (mostly collagen) fibres in the skin and cements the fibres together. The agents most widely used are vegetable tannin, salts such as chromium sulfate, and fish or animal oil. The tanning of fair skin in humans by sunlight is completely different: ultraviolet light causes production and redistribution of the pigment melanin in epidermal cells
tanning
making leather from rawhide
tanning
The process of treating raw hides to convert them into leather
tanning
The chemical and mechanical process used to treat hides and eliminate perishability
tans
See: Tax anticipation notes
tans
See: NOTE
tans
plural of tan
tans
Tax anticipation notes issued by states or municipalities to finance current operations in anticipation of future tax receipts
Türkisch - Englisch
twilight
(isim) Dawn

Tom wakes up at the crack of dawn every day. - Tom her gün tan ağarırken kalkar.

daybreak
Aurora
sunglow
dawn, daybreak
break

To help you all get to know each other, we've created some games to break the ice! - Birbirinizi tanıyıp kaynaşmanıza yardımcı olması için bazı oyunlar ürettik.

I'd like to break this 100 dollar bill into four 20 dollar bills and twenty singles. - Ben bu 100 dolarlık banknotu, dört tane 20 dolarlık banknot ve yirmi tane tekliğe bozmak istiyorum.

to tan
tan aydınlığı
twilight airglow
tan ağarmak
to dawn, for day to break
tan ağarmak
(day) to break, to dawn
tan tuna gitmek
to be done for; to be ruined; to be killed, be done in
Damda pekmezin olsun sinek Bağdat'tan gelir
(Atasözü) The choice and the loveable lack no suitors
Tanning
(Kozmetik) bronzlaşmak
n {tan'gentı} e mat teğet
(n) e matte tangent tan'gentı
çok tan
so tan
allah'tan
providentially
allah'tan
through God's guidance
allah'tan
through divine protection or supervision
allah'tan
luckily

Luckily nobody got injured. - Allah'tan kimse yaralanmadı.

Luckily, the weather was good. - Allah'tan hava iyiydi.

allah'tan
fortunately
allah'tan korkan
godfearing
allah'tan korkmak
fear
allah'tan olan
heaven sent
allah'tan olan
providential
hazreti Nuh'tan kalma
1. very old, ancient, (something) which came out of the Ark. 2. very antiquated; very out-of-date
yanlış hesap Bağdat'tan döner
(Atasözü) When you discover that you've made a mistake, you ought always to correct it, no matter what the cost
tan
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