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skinnoun

  • ja肌、皮膚、皮
  • enthe natural protective layer on a body, fruit, or vegetable

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Your skin is so soft.
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It's so... soft.
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You can see the skin.
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He's peeling off his—
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What the hell is that on your face?
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I'm exfoliating.
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It's good for my skin.
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And I get my finger under the skin.
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And the peel comes off, like, almost like a regular banana.
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- Ah! - The... oven.
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My goodness! That tray was hot.
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Well, look a there, my skin is starting to blister.

Other meanings for skin...

skinverb

  • ja皮をむく[はぐ]、擦りむく
  • ento remove or damage the outer layer; also to peel
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First, we're going to skin it,
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leaving as much fat on as possible.
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You wanna see the shadow of the blade underneath the skin.
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And there's 2 ways you can skin these.
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You can either wiggle your knife, wiggle your knife, wiggle your knife,
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and hope for the best.
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Or one of the easier ways,
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you can grab onto that piece of meat that you left and pull the skin.
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So?
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Been shopping with Dr. Seuss?
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Well, at least I wouldn't skin a collie to make my backpack.
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It's faux.
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Could you stay out of your kitchen for the next 48 hours?
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I'm gonna be skinning a deer that I shot.
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- What? - Ooh, and put up some of those plastic sheets.
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I have no idea what I'm doing.
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Well, I hope it was worth it 'cause I'm gonna take it apart in about 5 minutes.
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I think it'll take you a little bit longer than that.
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Really? If I can skin a mule deer in less than 10 minutes,
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I ought to be able to cut my way—
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I'd skin you alive for wine.
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Hold still.
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All I'm saying is... there's more to life than just surviving.
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Yeah, there's dying.
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Survival ain't just how to skin a jackrabbit.
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It's knowing when to bluster or when to hush,
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when to take a beating or when to strike.