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Brown, Jim /dʒɪm/
Brown, Tina /ˈtiːnə/
brown /braʊn/ adjective

خرمایی ، سرخ کردن ، برشته کردن ، قهوه ای کردن
مهندسی صنایع: قهوه ای ، سرخ شده ، سوخته

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- brunette, auburn, bay, bronze, chestnut, chocolate, coffee, dun, hazel, sunburnt, tan, tanned, tawny, umber
- fry, cook, grill, sauté, seal, sear

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. Brown, Capability
(1716–83) a British garden designer, who planned many large and famous gardens in castles and large country houses in England. One of his best-known gardens is at Blenheim Palace.

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II. Brown, Charlie trademark
a character from the US cartoon strip called Peanuts by Charles Schultz. Charlie Brown is a nice boy who is not very confident and is often unlucky. He has a pet dog called Snoopy.

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III. Brown, Dan
(1964-) an American writer who has written many popular books, including The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons

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IV. Brown, Gordon
(1951–) a British politician in the Labour Party who became Prime Minister in 2007. Before that, he was Chancellor of the Exchequer under Tony Blair from 1997 to 2007.

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V. Brown, James
(1928–2008) a US popular musician, singer, and songwriter, regarded as one of the greatest soul singers ever and known for his exciting stage performances. His songs include Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag (1965) and Sex Machine (1970). He is known as ‘the Godfather of Soul’.

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VI. Brown, Jerry
(1938–) a US politician who was governor of California from 1975 to 1983 and known as ‘Governor Moonbeam’, because of his psychic beliefs. He ran for the US presidency three times. He was the mayor of Oakland, California from 1998 until 2006, and is known for being left-wing. He became Attorney General of California in 2007.

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VII. Brown, Jim /dʒɪm/
(1936–) a US football player who set a record for making touchdowns when he played for the Cleveland Browns team. He later became an actor.

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VIII. Brown, John
(1800–59) a US ABOLUTIONIST (=someone who worked to end slavery) who tried to use violence to end slavery. With followers, he took over a government weapons establishment at Harper's Ferry, Virginia. He was caught and hanged for treason. Many people felt that he was a martyr (=someone who dies for a just or holy cause), and during the American Civil War, a song called John Brown's Body became popular in the North. The song is still well known and contains the words John Brown's body lies a-mouldering in the grave,/But his soul goes marching on.

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IX. Brown, Sir Arthur Whitten
Alcock and Brown

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X. Brown, Tina /ˈtiːnə/
(1953–) a US journalist who was born in the UK. She was the editor of the New Yorker magazine until 1998, and was formerly the editor of two other magazines, Tatler and Vanity Fair. She also wrote The Diana Chronicles (2007), a biography of Diana, Princess of Wales.

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I. brown1 S2 W2 /braʊn/ adjective
[Language: Old English; Origin: brun]

1. having the colour of earth, wood, or coffee:
dark brown hair

2. having skin that has been turned brown by the sun:
He’d been on vacation and looked very brown.
He was as brown as a berry after two weeks in the sun.

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II. brown2 noun [uncountable and countable]
the colour of earth, wood, or coffee:
This particular model is available in brown, white, or grey.
the browns and greens of the landscape

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III. brown3 verb [intransitive and transitive]

1. to heat food so that it turns brown, or to become brown by being heated:
First, brown the meat in a pan.

2. to become brown because of the sun’s heat, or to make something brown in this way:
The children’s faces were browned by the sun.

3. browned off British English informal annoyed or bored Synonym : fed up:
They are getting browned off by the situation.

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ADV. very He looked very brown after his holiday.
quite, rather, slightly | uniformly The once-green fields were now uniformly brown.
ADJ. dark, deep her dark brown eyes
light, pale, soft | rich, warm a lovely warm brown colour
bright monkeys with bright brown fur
drab, dull, muddy | chestnut, chocolate, golden, reddish, rusty
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[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


light/pale brown
a light brown jacket
dark/deep brown
dark brown eyes
warm brown
a warm brown shade
rich brown
a rich brown colour
reddish brown
The earth was reddish brown.
golden brown
Cook until the cheese is golden brown.
rusty brown (=an orange-brown colour)
It was autumn and the leaves were already rusty brown.
muddy brown
the muddy brown water of the river
chestnut brown (=a red-brown colour)
a beautiful chestnut brown horse
chocolate brown
He was wearing a chocolate brown pullover.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: do up brown

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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