皮膚, スキン, 肌, 人肌, 皮, 表皮, 上皮, 毛皮, 人膚, 外被剥く, 剥ぐ, 剥がす, 剥す, 擦り剥く, 皮をはぐ
Noun(1) a natural protective body covering and site of the sense of touch(2) an outer surface (usually thin(3) body covering of a living animal(4) a person's skin regarded as their life(5) a member of any of several British or American groups consisting predominantly of young people who shave their heads; some engage in white supremacist and anti-immigrant activities and this leads to the perception that all skinheads are racist and violent(6) a person whose head is bald or shaved(7) the rind of a fruit or vegetable(8) a bag serving as a container for liquids; it is made from the hide of an animal
Verb(1) climb awkwardly, as if by scrambling(2) bruise, cut, or injure the skin or the surface of(3) remove the bark of a tree(4) strip the skin off
(1) Sarah felt the warmth in her cheeks and the soft carpet caressing the sensitive skin between her bare toes.(2) I bit into the peach and the fragile skin broke, filling my mouth with juice and peach meats.(3) skin cancer(4) It is chilly enough that where the water is calm a skin of ice has formed.(5) she has lovely skin(6) The fact I can jump into a half-pipe and never skin my knee or break a bone - the escapism is one huge appeal.(7) Another thing is when I skin my knee or fall, they make a big deal about it.(8) Simply peel away the outer skin of the kiwi and place in a hard-cooked egg slicer.(9) The fruit is shaped like but smaller than a pear, and has a shiny brown scaly skin .(10) His fair skin was burned on his cheeks because they were very rosy.(11) The fruit is eaten as a vegetable, the inner skin is ground into meal, and oil is extracted from the seeds.(12) The building skin has been constructed, conceptually, from a melding of the two.(13) They can surf the waves, skin a rabbit and dazzle a television audience.(14) Peel the skins from the sausages - this is easiest if you slit the skin with the point of a knife then pull off the skins.(15) Anneen would skin her alive if Tara did not bring something, no matter how small.(16) Air must be excluded from the can by a tight-fitting lid, or a skin can form in the can.
(1) skin care :: スキンケア
(2) dry skin :: 乾燥肌
(3) fair skin :: 色白
(4) dark skin :: 黒い肌
(5) skin cancer :: 皮膚ガン
(6) skin color :: 肌の色
(7) smooth skin :: すべすべの肌
(8) sensitive skin :: 敏感肌
(9) skin disease :: 皮膚疾患
1. epidermis ::
2. complexion ::
3. hide ::
4. peel ::
5. film ::
6. casing ::
7. tegument ::
8. peel ::
9. graze ::
10. bark ::
11. pare ::
12. scrape ::
13. shin ::
1. inside ::
2. interior ::
skin, skinful, skinless, skins
Word Example from TV Shows
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eyes blood red, SKIN purple.
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 3
That's not how you SKIN a rabbit.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 6
I don't like my own sweat
touching my SKIN,
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 23
I’ve applied SKIN closure strips,
so you don’t need to be stitched up again.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 10
Your" SKIN starts to look like boiled oats,
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 4
English to Japanese Dictionary: skin
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