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tan         

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      n  
1    the brown colour produced by the skin after intensive exposure to ultraviolet rays, esp. those of the sun  
2    a light or moderate yellowish-brown colour  
3       short for       tanbark  
      vb   , tans, tanning, tanned  
4    to go brown or cause to go brown after exposure to ultraviolet rays  
she tans easily     
5    to convert (a skin or hide) into leather by treating it with a tanning agent, such as vegetable tannins, chromium salts, fish oils, or formaldehyde  
6    tr  
Slang   to beat or flog  
      adj   , tanner, tannest  
7    of the colour tan  
tan gloves     
8    used in or relating to tanning  
     (Old English tannian (unattested as infinitive, attested as getanned, past participle), from Medieval Latin tannare, from tannum tanbark, perhaps of Celtic origin; compare Irish tana thin)  
  tannable      adj  
  tannish      adj  
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tan          [2]  
      abbrev. for   tangent (sense 2)  

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suntan  
      n  
a    a brownish colouring of the skin caused by the formation of the pigment melanin within the skin on exposure to the ultraviolet rays of the sun or a sunlamp,   (Often shortened to)    tan         
b    (as modifier)  
suntan oil     
  suntanned      adj  


black and tan  
      n   a mixture of stout or porter and ale  
black-and-tan terrier  
      n      a less common name for       Manchester terrier  
fan-tan  
      n  
1    a Chinese gambling game in which a random number of counters are placed under a bowl and wagers laid on how many will remain after they have been divided by four  
2    a card game played in sequence, the winner being the first to use up all his cards  
     (C19: from Chinese (Cantonese) fan t'an repeated divisions, from fan times + t'an division)  
tan          [1]  
      n  
1    the brown colour produced by the skin after intensive exposure to ultraviolet rays, esp. those of the sun  
2    a light or moderate yellowish-brown colour  
3       short for       tanbark  
      vb   , tans, tanning, tanned  
4    to go brown or cause to go brown after exposure to ultraviolet rays  
she tans easily     
5    to convert (a skin or hide) into leather by treating it with a tanning agent, such as vegetable tannins, chromium salts, fish oils, or formaldehyde  
6    tr  
Slang   to beat or flog  
      adj   , tanner, tannest  
7    of the colour tan  
tan gloves     
8    used in or relating to tanning  
     (Old English tannian (unattested as infinitive, attested as getanned, past participle), from Medieval Latin tannare, from tannum tanbark, perhaps of Celtic origin; compare Irish tana thin)  
  tannable      adj  
  tannish      adj  
tan          [2]  
      abbrev. for   tangent (sense 2)  
Tan-tung  
      n      a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for       Andong  
Yuan Tan  
      n   an annual Chinese festival marking the Chinese New Year. It can last over three days and includes the exchange of gifts, firework displays, and dancing  

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tanbark  
      n   the bark of certain trees, esp. the oak and hemlock, used as a source of tannin,   (Often shortened to)    tan         


black and tan  
      n   a mixture of stout or porter and ale  
black-and-tan terrier  
      n      a less common name for       Manchester terrier  
fan-tan  
      n  
1    a Chinese gambling game in which a random number of counters are placed under a bowl and wagers laid on how many will remain after they have been divided by four  
2    a card game played in sequence, the winner being the first to use up all his cards  
     (C19: from Chinese (Cantonese) fan t'an repeated divisions, from fan times + t'an division)  
tan          [1]  
      n  
1    the brown colour produced by the skin after intensive exposure to ultraviolet rays, esp. those of the sun  
2    a light or moderate yellowish-brown colour  
3       short for       tanbark  
      vb   , tans, tanning, tanned  
4    to go brown or cause to go brown after exposure to ultraviolet rays  
she tans easily     
5    to convert (a skin or hide) into leather by treating it with a tanning agent, such as vegetable tannins, chromium salts, fish oils, or formaldehyde  
6    tr  
Slang   to beat or flog  
      adj   , tanner, tannest  
7    of the colour tan  
tan gloves     
8    used in or relating to tanning  
     (Old English tannian (unattested as infinitive, attested as getanned, past participle), from Medieval Latin tannare, from tannum tanbark, perhaps of Celtic origin; compare Irish tana thin)  
  tannable      adj  
  tannish      adj  
tan          [2]  
      abbrev. for   tangent (sense 2)  
Tan-tung  
      n      a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for       Andong  
Yuan Tan  
      n   an annual Chinese festival marking the Chinese New Year. It can last over three days and includes the exchange of gifts, firework displays, and dancing  

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tangent  
      n  
1    a geometric line, curve, plane, or curved surface that touches another curve or surface at one point but does not intersect it  
2    (of an angle) a trigonometric function that in a right-angled triangle is the ratio of the length of the opposite side to that of the adjacent side; the ratio of sine to cosine,   (Abbrev.)    tan         
3    the straight part on a survey line between curves  
4      (Music)   a part of the action of a clavichord consisting of a small piece of metal that strikes the string to produce a note  
5    on or at a tangent   on a completely different or divergent course, esp. of thought  
to go off at a tangent     
      adj  
6   
a    of or involving a tangent  
b    touching at a single point  
7    touching  
8    almost irrelevant  
     (C16: from Latin phrase linea tangens the touching line, from tangere to touch)  
  tangency      n  


black and tan  
      n   a mixture of stout or porter and ale  
black-and-tan terrier  
      n      a less common name for       Manchester terrier  
fan-tan  
      n  
1    a Chinese gambling game in which a random number of counters are placed under a bowl and wagers laid on how many will remain after they have been divided by four  
2    a card game played in sequence, the winner being the first to use up all his cards  
     (C19: from Chinese (Cantonese) fan t'an repeated divisions, from fan times + t'an division)  
tan          [1]  
      n  
1    the brown colour produced by the skin after intensive exposure to ultraviolet rays, esp. those of the sun  
2    a light or moderate yellowish-brown colour  
3       short for       tanbark  
      vb   , tans, tanning, tanned  
4    to go brown or cause to go brown after exposure to ultraviolet rays  
she tans easily     
5    to convert (a skin or hide) into leather by treating it with a tanning agent, such as vegetable tannins, chromium salts, fish oils, or formaldehyde  
6    tr  
Slang   to beat or flog  
      adj   , tanner, tannest  
7    of the colour tan  
tan gloves     
8    used in or relating to tanning  
     (Old English tannian (unattested as infinitive, attested as getanned, past participle), from Medieval Latin tannare, from tannum tanbark, perhaps of Celtic origin; compare Irish tana thin)  
  tannable      adj  
  tannish      adj  
tan          [2]  
      abbrev. for   tangent (sense 2)  
Tan-tung  
      n      a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for       Andong  
Yuan Tan  
      n   an annual Chinese festival marking the Chinese New Year. It can last over three days and includes the exchange of gifts, firework displays, and dancing  

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Tans, Yuan Tan, black and tan, Black and Tans

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