Brown - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- Scottish botanist who first observed the movement of small particles in fluids now known a Brownian motion (1773-1858)
- abolitionist who was hanged after leading an unsuccessful raid at Harper's Ferry, Virginia (1800-1859)
- a university in Rhode Island
- make brown in color (syn: embrown)
- (of skin) deeply suntanned (syn: browned)
workers whose backs are brown from long hours in the sun
The room was decorated in brown.
a mix of browns and reds
Brown the chicken in a pan with butter.
Her skin was browned by the sun.
The chicken is browning in the oven.
He'd been on vacation and looked very brown.
He was as brown as a berry after two weeks in the sun.
This particular model is available in brown, white, or grey.
the browns and greens of the landscape
First brown the meat in a pan.
The children's faces were browned by the sun.
brown the meat in the pan
the draught browned the leaves on the trees in the yard
The man beside her was wearing a brown suit and hat.
present participle: browning
past tense: browned
past participle: browned