Englisch

Detailed Synonyms for skins in Englisch

skins:

skins [the ~] Nomen

  1. the skins
    the skins

Verwandte Wörter für "skins":


skin:

skin [the ~] Nomen

  1. the skin
    the skin; the pelt; the hide
    the coat
    – growth of hair or wool or fur covering the body of an animal 1
    • coat [the ~] Nomen
  2. the skin
    the skin
    • skin [the ~] Nomen
  3. the skin
    the peel; the rind; the shell; the skin
  4. the skin
    – body covering of a living animal 1
    the hide; the skin; the pelt
    – body covering of a living animal 1
  5. the skin
    – an outer surface (usually thin) 1
    the skin
    – an outer surface (usually thin) 1
    • skin [the ~] Nomen
      • the skin of an airplane1
  6. the skin
    – a bag serving as a container for liquids; it is made from the hide of an animal 1
    the skin
    – a bag serving as a container for liquids; it is made from the hide of an animal 1
    • skin [the ~] Nomen
  7. the skin
    – a natural protective body covering and site of the sense of touch 1
    the skin; the cutis; the tegument
    – a natural protective body covering and site of the sense of touch 1
    • skin [the ~] Nomen
      • your skin is the largest organ of your body1
    • cutis [the ~] Nomen
    • tegument [the ~] Nomen
  8. the skin
    – the rind of a fruit or vegetable 1
    the skin; the peel
    – the rind of a fruit or vegetable 1
  9. the skin
    – a person's skin regarded as their life 1
    the skin
    – a person's skin regarded as their life 1
    • skin [the ~] Nomen
      • he tried to save his skin1
  10. the skin
    – A customized user interface that overlays an existing user interface. A skin customizes the look of the program but does not affect its functionality. Programs that allow the use of skins usually make standards available for the creation and distribution of new skins. 2
    the skin
    – A customized user interface that overlays an existing user interface. A skin customizes the look of the program but does not affect its functionality. Programs that allow the use of skins usually make standards available for the creation and distribution of new skins. 2
    • skin [the ~] Nomen

to skin Verb (skins, skinned, skinning)

  1. to skin
    to peel; to skin; rind
    • peel Verb (peels, peeled, peeling)
    • skin Verb (skins, skinned, skinning)
    • rind Verb
  2. to skin
    to poach; to flay; to skin; to bone
    • poach Verb (poaches, poached, poaching)
    • flay Verb (flays, flayed, flaying)
    • skin Verb (skins, skinned, skinning)
    • bone Verb (bones, boned, boning)
  3. to skin
    to peel; to skin
    • peel Verb (peels, peeled, peeling)
    • skin Verb (skins, skinned, skinning)
  4. to skin
    to strip; to fleece; to skin; to graze; debark
    • strip Verb (strips, stripped, stripping)
    • fleece Verb (fleeces, fleeced, fleecing)
    • skin Verb (skins, skinned, skinning)
    • graze Verb (grazes, grazed, grazing)
    • debark Verb
  5. to skin
    plane down; to shave off; to skin
  6. to skin
    – strip the skin off 1
    to skin; to peel; to pare
    – strip the skin off 1
    • skin Verb (skins, skinned, skinning)
    • peel Verb (peels, peeled, peeling)
    • pare Verb (pares, pared, paring)
      • pare apples1
  7. to skin
    – remove the bark of a tree 1
    to skin; to bark
    – remove the bark of a tree 1
    • skin Verb (skins, skinned, skinning)
    • bark Verb (barks, barked, barking)
  8. to skin
    – bruise, cut, or injure the skin or the surface of 1
    to skin; to scrape
    – bruise, cut, or injure the skin or the surface of 1
    • skin Verb (skins, skinned, skinning)
      • The boy skinned his knee when he fell1
    • scrape Verb (scrapes, scraped, scraping)
  9. to skin
    – climb awkwardly, as if by scrambling 1
    to struggle; to skin; to scramble; shin; to clamber; to sputter; shinny
    – climb awkwardly, as if by scrambling 1
    • struggle Verb (struggles, struggled, struggling)
    • skin Verb (skins, skinned, skinning)
    • scramble Verb (scrambles, scrambled, scrambling)
    • shin Verb
    • clamber Verb (clambers, clambered, clambering)
    • sputter Verb (sputters, sputtered, sputtering)
    • shinny Verb
  10. to skin
    – To apply a skin to an existing user interface. 2
    to skin
    – To apply a skin to an existing user interface. 2
    • skin Verb (skins, skinned, skinning)

Konjugationen für skin:

present
  1. skin
  2. skin
  3. skins
  4. skin
  5. skin
  6. skin
simple past
  1. skinned
  2. skinned
  3. skinned
  4. skinned
  5. skinned
  6. skinned
present perfect
  1. have skinned
  2. have skinned
  3. has skinned
  4. have skinned
  5. have skinned
  6. have skinned
past continuous
  1. was skinning
  2. were skinning
  3. was skinning
  4. were skinning
  5. were skinning
  6. were skinning
future
  1. shall skin
  2. will skin
  3. will skin
  4. shall skin
  5. will skin
  6. will skin
continuous present
  1. am skinning
  2. are skinning
  3. is skinning
  4. are skinning
  5. are skinning
  6. are skinning
subjunctive
  1. be skinned
  2. be skinned
  3. be skinned
  4. be skinned
  5. be skinned
  6. be skinned
diverse
  1. skin!
  2. let's skin!
  3. skinned
  4. skinning
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Verwandte Wörter für "skin":


Alternate Synonyms for "skin":


Verwandte Definitionen für "skin":

  1. body covering of a living animal1
  2. an outer surface (usually thin)1
    • the skin of an airplane1
  3. a bag serving as a container for liquids; it is made from the hide of an animal1
  4. a natural protective body covering and site of the sense of touch1
    • your skin is the largest organ of your body1
  5. the rind of a fruit or vegetable1
  6. a person's skin regarded as their life1
    • he tried to save his skin1
  7. strip the skin off1
  8. remove the bark of a tree1
  9. bruise, cut, or injure the skin or the surface of1
    • The boy skinned his knee when he fell1
  10. climb awkwardly, as if by scrambling1
  11. A customized user interface that overlays an existing user interface. A skin customizes the look of the program but does not affect its functionality. Programs that allow the use of skins usually make standards available for the creation and distribution of new skins.2
  12. To apply a skin to an existing user interface.2

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