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skinned
'skɪnd
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Having skin of a specified kind.
Hyphenationskinned
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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剥皮bāopíto skin; to flay; to excoriate; to peel; to bark at somebody; to physically punish somebody
剥皮bōpísame as 剥皮
皮子píziskin; fur
skin
蒙皮méngpískin; covering
chǎnskin
kuòskin; leather
肌肤jīfūskin; flesh; fig. close physical relationship
皮肤pífūskin
bāo, to peel; to skin; to shell; to shuck
扒皮bāpíto flay; to skin; (fig.) to exploit; to take advantage of
belly; skin; to state; to pass on information; to display
to peel; to skin; to tear; to pull down; to cling to (something on which one is climbing); to dig
, bāoto peel; to skin; to shell; to shuck
leather; skin; fur; pico- (one trillionth); naughty; (Chinese surname)
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