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bronzer

[bron-zer] /ˈbrɒn zər/
noun
1.
a cosmetic ointment used to give the skin a tanned look.
Origin of bronzer
bronze (v.) + -er1
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bronzer

/ˈbronzə/
noun
1.
a cosmetic applied to the skin to simulate a sun tan
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noun

a cosmetic powder, lotion, or liquid that is applied to the skin to give it a suntanned look

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Just lightly dust on the bronzer.

Word Origin

from a dark suntan's looking like bronze

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