skin in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- ઇ.ની છાલ ⇄ skin gujarati
- કાંતિ ⇄ skin gujarati
- કુલમામાં વાપરેલી અન્તસ્ત્વચા ⇄ skin gujarati
- ચામડી ⇄ skin gujarati
- છોડ ⇄ skin gujarati
- ત્વચા ⇄ skin gujarati
- નવી ચામડી આવવી ⇄ skin gujarati
- નવી ચામડીથી ઢાંકવું ⇄ skin gujarati
- પખાલ ઇ ⇄ skin gujarati
- પ્રવાહી ભરવાનું ચા મડાનું પાત્ર ⇄ skin gujarati
- પ્રાણીની ઉતારેલી ચામડ ી (નું વસ્ ત્ર) ⇄ skin gujarati
- ફળ ⇄ skin gujarati
- વર્ણ ⇄ skin gujarati
- વહાણને જડેલાં પાટિયાં – પતરાં. –ની ચામડી ઉતારવી – છાલ કાઢવી ⇄ skin gujarati
skin in Hindi हिन्दी
- कंजूसी ⇄ skin hindi
- खाल ⇄ skin hindi
- खाल खींचना ⇄ skin hindi
- चढ़ना ⇄ skin hindi
- चमड़ा - संबंधी ⇄ skin hindi
- चमड़ा मढ़ना ⇄ skin hindi
- चर्म ⇄ skin hindi
- चोराना ⇄ skin hindi
- छाल ⇄ skin hindi
- छाल उतारकर साफ़ करना ⇄ skin hindi
- छाला ⇄ skin hindi
- छीलना ⇄ skin hindi
- जिल्द ⇄ skin hindi
- जिल्द का ⇄ skin hindi
- झिल्ली ⇄ skin hindi
- तबाह करना ⇄ skin hindi
- त्वक ⇄ skin hindi
- त्वचा ⇄ skin hindi
- दंड करना ⇄ skin hindi
- पपड़ी ⇄ skin hindi
- पराजित करना ⇄ skin hindi
- पोस्तीन ⇄ skin hindi
- मलाई ⇄ skin hindi
- रगड़ डालना ⇄ skin hindi
- रोम सहित खाल ⇄ skin hindi
- रोम सहित चमड़ा ⇄ skin hindi
- लूटना ⇄ skin hindi
- शिकस्त देना ⇄ skin hindi
skin in Malayalam മലയാളം
- ഉരഞ്ഞുപൊട്ടുക ⇄ skin malayalam
- ചര്മ്മം ⇄ skin malayalam
- തൊലി ⇄ skin malayalam
- തോലുരിക്കുക ⇄ skin malayalam
- തോല് ⇄ skin malayalam
- തോല്തൊലിക്കുക ⇄ skin malayalam
- ത്വക്ക് ⇄ skin malayalam
- പാട ⇄ skin malayalam
- വഴുതിമാറുക ⇄ skin malayalam
skin in English
- skin ⇄ adj. skinlike. english
- skin ⇄ adj. 1. of the skin; having to do with skin.
Ex. skin care, skin cream, skin cancer, a skin graft.
2. (Slang.) having to do with nudity and sex; pornographic.
Ex. skin magazines, skin films, a skin book.english
- skin ⇄ expr. beneath the skin, under the skin. english
- skin ⇄ expr. by (or with) the skin of one's teeth, with nothing to spare; by a very narrow margin; barely.
Ex. About half way through I began to fear that the joke could not be sustained, but it was--by the skin of its teeth (Listener). His eldest son wasenglish
- skin ⇄ expr. get under one's skin,
a. to make one overly sensitive; irritate or annoy.
Ex. Don't let your opponents and what they say about you get under your skin (Hubert H. Humphrey).
b. to affect emotionally; stimulate or excite.
- skin ⇄ expr. give (or get) skin, (U.S. Slang.) to touch or shake hands in greeting.
Ex. The black expression ""Give me some skin"" has now become ... common among characters asking for a handshake (New Yorker).english
- skin ⇄ expr. have a thick (or thin) skin, to be insensitive (or too sensitive) to criticism, reproach, or the like.
Ex. Don't worry about hurting his feelings; he has a thick skin.english
- skin ⇄ expr. in (or with) a whole skin, safe and sound.
Ex. He was besides in a very great fright, For a whole skin he liked to be in (Robert Southey).english
- skin ⇄ expr. jump out of one's skin, to jump with extreme delight, excitement, high spirits, or surprise.
Ex. Scipio ... was ready to jump out of his skin for joy at the sight of me (Benjamin H. Malkin).english
- skin ⇄ expr. no skin off one's nose (back, teeth, or other part of the body). (Slang.) not one's concern; of no consequence or interest to one.
Ex. If Mr. Horvitz doesn't come into the service, it's no skin off my nose (Jon C. Suggs).english
- skin ⇄ expr. save one's skin, to escape without harm.
Ex. He was taken prisoner ... and had to turn Dervish to save his skin (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle).english
- skin ⇄ expr. skin alive, (Informal.)
a. to torture; flay.
Ex. They may skin me alive, if they please (Benjamin Jowett).
b. (Figurative.) to scold severely.
Ex. His father will skin him alive if he comes home late.
- skin ⇄ expr. skin out, (Slang.) to slip away, especially hastily; make off; escape.
Ex. I used to skin out of the old Sunday School ... every chance I got (Sinclair Lewis).english
- skin ⇄ expr. under the skin, below the surface; basically.
Ex. The Dart and Plymouth [two cars] are ""brothers under the skin."" They are structurally alike, but somewhat different in appearance (Wall Street Journal).english
- skin ⇄ goose pimples orskin,goose flesh. english
- skin ⇄ noun 1. the covering of the body in persons, animals, and plants, especially when soft and flexible.
Ex. Cows have thick skins. He slipped on a banana skin. The skin is the largest organ of the body and, next to the brain, the most complicated (Scienglish
- skin ⇄ skin, noun, adjective, verb, skinned,skinning. english
- skin ⇄ v.i. 1. to become covered with skin; form a new skin.
Ex. The wound gradually skinned over.
2. to shed skin.
3. (Figurative.) to pass barely; slip by narrowly.
Ex. We skinned past a seething snag (New Yorker).
4. (U.S. Slenglish
- skin ⇄ v.t. 1. to strip, rub, or scrape the skin off.
Ex. He skinned his knees when he fell. The hunter skinned the deer.
2. to cover with or as if with skin.
Ex. It will but skin and film the ulcerous place (Shakespeare).