Tannable
Tannable \Tan"na*ble\, a. That may be tanned. [1913 Webster]

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  • tannable — tannˈable adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑tan * * * tannable, a. (ˈtænəb(ə)l) [f. tan v. + able.] Capable of being tanned. in Webster Suppl …   Useful english dictionary

  • tannable — adjective Suitable to be tanned See Also: tannability …   Wiktionary

  • Tanning — For other uses, see Tanning (disambiguation). For human tanning, see Sun tanning. Tannery redirects here. For other uses, see Tannery (disambiguation). Tanned leather in Marrakech …   Wikipedia

  • tan — tan1 tannable, adj. /tan/, v., tanned, tanning, n., adj., tanner, tannest. v.t. 1. to convert (a hide) into leather, esp. by soaking or steeping in a bath prepared from tanbark or synthetically. 2. to make brown by exposure to ultraviolet rays,… …   Universalium

  • Afamelanotide — Other names Melanotan Melanotan 1 Melanotan 1 Melanotan I Melanotan I [Nle4, D Phe …   Wikipedia

  • tan — tan1 noun 1》 a yellowish brown colour. 2》 a golden brown shade of skin developed by pale skinned people after exposure to the sun. 3》 (also tanbark) bark of oak or other trees, bruised and used as a source of tannin for converting hides into… …   English new terms dictionary

  • tan — I. /tæn / (say tan) verb (tanned, tanning) –verb (t) 1. to convert (a hide) into a leather, especially by soaking or steeping in a bath prepared from bark, as wattle, etc., or synthetically. 2. to make brown by exposure to ultraviolet rays, as of …   Australian English dictionary

  • tan — 1. n., adj., & v. n. 1 a brown skin colour resulting from exposure to ultraviolet light. 2 a yellowish brown colour. 3 bark, esp. of oak, bruised and used to tan hides. 4 (in full spent tan) tan from which the tannic acid has been extracted, used …   Useful english dictionary

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