Sun

(redirected from sunburned)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Sun

A unit of length in Japan equivalent to approximately 30 millimeters.
References in periodicals archive ?
We considered the council's actions aimed at preventing pupils from getting sunburned were reasonable.
Johnathon Major of the British Association of Dermatologists said: "Almost three-quarters of people we surveyed admitted that they had been sunburned in the last year, which is shocking.
Cooper was not alone as Brinkley also had sunburned her eyes while skiing.
The sun is good for us - we all need some sun - but it's really important that we don't get sunburned.
If a baby under one gets sunburned it should be treated as an emergency.
First-degree burns on my arms and second-degree burns across my shoulders [see accompanying photos] have earned me a reputation in my squadron as "that idiot who got sunburned.
Inclusion criteria for this study included that subjects be healthy, Caucasian, young, and had been sunburned either the same or previous day.
Women and men with medium or dark skin tones can suffer from red, tender, peeled or sunburned skin, and it's recommended that they wear at least an SPF 15 sunscreen.
SUN lotion is being handed out free to the homeless - to stop them getting sunburned on the streets.
Sunburned skin should be gently washed daily with lukewarm soapy water.
A study by Cancer Research UK found over a third of British parents admitted their child had been sunburned despite the majority knowing it can have devastating repercussions in adulthood.
In 2004, 69% of the respondents reported having been sunburned at least once during the previous summer, and this was not significantly different from the 72% who reported sunburns in 1998.