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sun·burn

 (sŭn′bûrn′)
n.
Inflammation or blistering of the skin caused by overexposure to direct sunlight.
tr. & intr.v. sun·burned or sun·burnt (-bûrnt′), sun·burn·ing, sun·burns
To affect or be affected with sunburn.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.sunburnt - suffering from overexposure to direct sunlight
unhealthy - not in or exhibiting good health in body or mind; "unhealthy ulcers"

sunburnt

adjective
1. burnt, red, peeling, scarlet, ruddy, burnt to a crisp, like a lobster A badly sunburnt face or back is extremely painful.
2. tanned, brown, bronzed, brown as a berry Mr Cooper looked fit and sunburnt
Translations
أَسْفَعأسْفَع، مَسْفوع
spálený
solskoldet
auringossa palanut
izgorio
sólbrenndur; sólbrúnn
日焼けした
볕에 탄
solbränd
เกรียมจากการถูกแดดมากเกินไป
bị cháy nắng

sunburnt

[ˈsʌnbɜːrnt] sunburned [ˈsʌnbɜːrnd] adj
(= tanned) → bronzé(e)
(suffering from sunburn)brûlé(e) par le soleil
to get sunburnt → attraper un coup de soleil
I got sunburnt → J'ai attrapé un coup de soleil.sun cream ncrème f solaire

sunburnt

sunburned [ˈsʌnˌbɜːnt] adj (tanned) → abbronzato/a; (painfully) → scottato/a

sun

(san) noun
1. the round body in the sky that gives light and heat to the earth. The Sun is nearly 150 million kilometres away from the Earth.
2. any of the fixed stars. Do other suns have planets revolving round them?
3. light and heat from the sun; sunshine. We sat in the sun; In Britain they don't get enough sun; The sun has faded the curtains.
verbpast tense, past participle sunned
to expose (oneself) to the sun's rays. He's sunning himself in the garden.
ˈsunless adjective
without sun, or lacking sunlight. a sunless room.
ˈsunny adjective
1. filled with sunshine. sunny weather.
2. cheerful and happy. The child has a sunny nature.
ˈsunniness noun
ˈsunbathe verb
to lie or sit in the sun, especially wearing few clothes, in order to get a suntan.
ˈsunbeam noun
a ray of the sun.
ˈsunburn noun
the brown or red colour of the skin caused by exposure to the sun's rays.
ˈsunburned, ˈsunburnt adjective
sunburnt faces.
ˈsundial noun
a device, usually in a garden, for telling time from the shadow of a rod or plate on its surface cast by the sun.
ˈsundown noun
(especially American) sunset.
ˈsunflower noun
a type of large yellow flower with petals like rays of the sun, from whose seeds we get oil.
ˈsunglasses noun plural
glasses of dark-coloured glass or plastic to protect the eyes in bright sunlight.
ˈsunlight noun
the light of the sun. The cat was sitting in a patch of sunlight.
ˈsunlit adjective
lighted up by the sun. a sunlit room.
ˈsunrise noun
the rising of the sun in the morning, or the time of this.
ˈsunset noun
the setting of the sun, or the time of this. the red glow of the sunset.
ˈsunshade noun
a type of umbrella for sheltering a person from the sun; a parasol.
ˈsunshine noun
1. the light of the sun. The children were playing in the sunshine.
2. cheerfulness or happiness.
ˈsunstroke noun
a serious illness caused by being in very hot sunshine for too long.
ˈsuntan noun
a brown colour of the skin caused by exposure to the sun. I'm trying to get a suntan.
catch the sun
to become sunburnt.
under the sun
in the whole world. I'm sure that he must have visited every country under the sun.

sunburnt

أَسْفَع spálený solskoldet einen Sonnenbrand haben ηλιοκαμένος bronceado, quemado auringossa palanut brûlé par le soleil izgorio scottato dal sole 日焼けした 볕에 탄 verbrand door de zon solbrent spalony słońcem queimado do sol обожженный солнцем solbränd เกรียมจากการถูกแดดมากเกินไป güneş yanığı bị cháy nắng 晒伤的
References in classic literature ?
But hills and mountains on that side showed bare and heated, though beautiful with the sunburnt tawniness of California.
The man, whose name was Adam Colburn, had a face sunburnt with labor in the fields, yet intelligent, thoughtful, and traced with cares enough for a whole lifetime, though he had barely reached middle age.
he said, looking at his dark-red, sunburnt face and neck bent over the plate.
It was that of a young man, of a hale athletic figure, and a giant's strength, whose sunburnt face and swarthy throat, overgrown with jet black hair, might have served a painter for a model.
But only one expression beamed on the five sunburnt and shining faces--a look of unaffected boyish gratification and unrestricted welcome.
The object of all this staring and blaring, was a young man of about five-and-twenty, well-grown and well-looking, with a sunburnt cheek and a dark eye.
John Bunsby, himself, a man of forty-five or thereabouts, vigorous, sunburnt, with a sprightly expression of the eye, and energetic and self-reliant countenance, would have inspired confidence in the most timid.
Some are enclosed with high walls; but in general they are open hamlets, composed of rows of huts, built of sunburnt bricks; in some instances whitewashed and roofed with tiles.
Occasionally there were intervals of pasturage, and the banks of the river were fringed with willows and cottonwood, so that its course might be traced from the hilltops, winding under an umbrageous covert, through a wide sunburnt landscape.
He was short, round-shouldered, sunburnt, with a thick nose, small eyes and a sociable smile; but he seldom spoke, and when he did it was in such low tones that, despite the frequent silences of expectation about the table, his remarks were lost to all but his neighbours.
Little groups of sunburnt men were greeting old friends upon the platform, surrounded by piles of luggage, canvas trunks and steamer chairs.
Not only did he not wear pants, and was barefooted and barelegged, but about his middle, just like any black, he wore a brilliant-coloured loin- cloth, that, like a kilt, fell nearly to his sunburnt knees.