chapped


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chap 1

 (chăp)
v. chapped, chap·ping, chaps
v.tr.
To cause (the skin) to roughen, redden, or crack, especially as a result of cold or exposure: The headwind chapped the cyclist's lips.
v.intr.
To split or become rough and sore: skin that chaps easily in winter.
n.
A sore roughening or splitting of the skin, caused especially by cold or exposure.

[Middle English chappen.]

chap 2

 (chăp)
n. Chiefly British
A man or boy; a fellow.

[Short for chapman.]

chapped

(tʃæpt)
adj
(Medicine) raw and cracked through exposure to cold air
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.chapped - used of skin roughened as a result of cold or exposure; "chapped lips"
rough, unsmooth - having or caused by an irregular surface; "trees with rough bark"; "rough ground"; "rough skin"; "rough blankets"; "his unsmooth face"
Translations
مُتَشَقِّقٌ وَخَشِنٌ
rozpraskaný
repedezett
sprunginn, òurr, hrjúfur
suskirdęs
sasprēgājis
popraskaný
çatlakçatlamış

chapped

[tʃæpt] ADJ [skin] → agrietado

chapped

[ˈtʃæpt] adj [skin, lips] → gercé(e)

chapped

[ˈtʃæpt] adj (skin) → screpolato/a

chapped

(tʃӕpt) adjective
(of skin) cracked and rough. chapped lips.

chapped

a. agrietado-a, cuarteado-a; rajado-a;
___ handsmanos ___ -s;
___ lipslabios ___ -s.

chapped

adj agrietado, partido (la piel o los labios)
References in classic literature ?
Ray, who was the more sensitive and always minded things more, had chapped hands and they hurt.
She told me she couldn't remember a time when she was so little that she wasn't lugging a heavy baby about, helping to wash for babies, trying to keep their little chapped hands and faces clean.
Queue-en-Brie was a very insipid place to stay at then, a village of farriers, and cow-girls with chapped hands, a long line of poor dwellings and thatched cottages, which borders the grand road on both sides for half a league; a tail (queue), in short, as its name imports.