A yellowish-brown colour.
A darkening of the skin resulting from exposure to sunlight or similar light sources.
“She still has a tan from her vacation in Mexico.”
The bark of an oak or other tree from which tannic acid is obtained.
An Armenian drink made of yoghurt and water similar to airan and doogh
, particularly in Cantonese contexts.
A twig or small switch.
Of a yellowish-brown.
“Mine is the white car parked next to the tan pickup truck.”
Having dark skin as a result of exposure to the sun.
“You’re looking very tan this week.”
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.”
To change an animal hide into leather by soaking it in tannic acid. To work as a tanner.
To spank or beat.
The second cardinal number two, formerly used in Celtic areas, especially Cumbria and parts of Yorkshire, for counting sheep, and stitches in knitting.
Having a suntan.
“You’re looking very tanned.”
“tanned bodies lying on the beach”
Finished, made using tannic acid (as opposed to abrasion).
simple past tense and past participle of tan