sunburn

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} bronzlaşma
cildi güneşten yanmak
güneşten yanma
güneş yanığı

Benim kötü bir güneş yanığım var. - I have a bad sunburn.

Tom bütün gün güneşte kaldıktan sonra, burnunda güneş yanığı vardı. - After all day in the sun, Tom had a sunburned nose.

{f} (birinin) cildi güneşten yanmak: She sunburns easily. Onun cildi güneşten kolayca yanar
güneş yanığı,v.güneşten yan: n.güneş yanığı
{i} (ciltteki) güneş yanığı
güneş yanık
(Tıp) Uzun süre güneş ışınlarına maruz kalış nedeniyle deri yüzeyinde meydana gelen kızartı ve çoğu kez veziküller oluşması ile belirgin durum, güneş yanığı
güneşten yanmak
sunbur
sunburned
{s} bronz

Senin yüzün bronzlaşmış. - Your face is sunburned.

Tom'un yüzü bronzlaşmıştı. - Tom's face was sunburned.

sunburnt
bronz tenli
get a sunburn
güneşte yan
sunburnt
güneşten yanmış
sunburnt
güneş yanığı acısı çeken
sunburnt
bronzlaşmış
can i have something for sunburn
güneş yanığı için bir şeyiniz var mı
sunburned
{s} güneşte yanmış
sunburned
sun.burnt (s^n'bırnt) f., bak. sunburn. s. güneşten yanmış
sunburned
güneşten yanmış
sunburned
güneşte kızarmış
sunburned
güneş yanığı olmuş
sunburnt
{s} güneş yanığı olmuş
sunburnt
güneşte kızarmış
sunburnt
güneşte yanmış
sunburnt
bronz
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A burn on the skin caused by excess exposure to the sun's rays
To receive a sunburn
redness of the skin caused by exposure to the rays of the sun
the skin's reaction to overexposure of ultraviolet (UV) radiation, the invisible rays that are part of sunlight
{i} reddening of the skin caused by overexposure to the sun
If someone has sunburn, their skin is bright pink and sore because they have spent too much time in hot sunshine. The risk and severity of sunburn depend on the body's natural skin colour I was concerned that I was not protected and would get a sunburn. red and painful skin that you can get from spending too much time in the sun. Acute skin inflammation caused by overexposure to ultraviolet radiation from sunlight or other sources. More common and severe in light-skinned people, it ranges from mild redness and tenderness to intense pain, edema, and blistering, sometimes with shock, fever, and nausea. The process begins after 15 minutes in the sun, but redness starts 6-12 hours later and peaks within a day. Pigment cells in the skin increase melanin production ("tan"). Cold compresses and analgesics reduce pain. Limiting sun exposure, using sunscreen, and wearing protective clothing can prevent severe sunburn. Long-term sun exposure can eventually cause skin cancer, as well as skin wrinkling and thickening
The burning or discoloration produced on the skin by the heat of the sun; tan
a browning of the skin resulting from exposure to the rays of the sun
redness of the skin caused by exposure to the rays of the sun get a sunburn by overexposure to the sun
A burn caused by the suns harmful rays
Inflamed state of the skin caused by being out in the sun too long Very dangerous and causes skin cancer
{f} be burned by the sun; get a tan
get a sunburn by overexposure to the sun
To burn or discolor by the sun; to tan
a visible reaction of the skin to overexposure to the sun's invisible ultraviolet (UV) rays
The most common adverse reaction to the sun is the ordinary sunburn -- also known as erythema Burns from the sun are induced primarily by UVB radiation The injury they cause is characterized by delayed redness and swelling followed by tanning and peeling Sometimes the skin darkens without first reddening, but that does not mean that the damage has not occurred Chronic sun damage and sunburns especially in the first 18 years of life can result in dry, wrinkled skin and possibly skin cancer in later life
Indian sunburn
A prank where you grab the victim's forearm in two hands, and twist the skin in opposite directions
sunburnt
Having a sunburn; having been burned by the sun's rays
sunburning
{n} the effect of the sun on the face
sunburnt
{a} tanned by the sun, made brown
sunburned
{s} sunburnt, burned by the sun, inflamed as a result of overexposure to the sun's rays
sunburned
suffering from overexposure to direct sunlight
sunburned
Reddened
sunburned
Describing skin that has a sunburn
sunburning
present participle of sunburn
sunburning
Sunburn; tan
sunburns
plural of sunburn
sunburnt
Someone who is sunburnt has very brown skin because they have spent a lot of time in the sunshine. Mr Cooper looked fit and sunburnt. = tanned
sunburnt
{s} burned by the sun, inflamed as a result of overexposure to the sun's rays
sunburnt
suffering from overexposure to direct sunlight
sunburnt
Having a sunburn; having been burned by the suns rays
sunburnt
Someone who is sunburnt has sore bright pink skin because they have spent too much time in hot sunshine. A badly sunburned face or back is extremely painful. = burnt
sunburn

    Расстановка переносов

    sun·burn

    Турецкое произношение

    sʌnbırn

    Произношение

    /ˈsənˌbərn/ /ˈsʌnˌbɜrn/

    Этимология

    [ -"b&rn ] (verb.) 1530. back-formation from sunburned, from sun + burned.

    Времена

    sunburns, sunburning, sunburned

    Слово дня

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