Definition of skinned in English:

skinned

adjective

  • [in combination] Having a skin of a specified type.

    ‘a smooth-skinned complexion’
    ‘red-skinned potatoes’
    • ‘He was pale-skinned to the point of translucence and his sunken eyes were dark with fatigue.’
    • ‘She was very fair, pale-skinned, with eyes of a strange green colour.’
    • ‘Her pieces feature groups of young pale-skinned models, often naked from the waist down and with a blank expression on their faces.’
    • ‘Stephanie is tall and golden-skinned, with a mane of sleek black hair.’
    • ‘He looks exhausted - unshaven, dark-eyed, sallow-skinned.’
    • ‘White nectarines and peaches are fine, but the yellow nectarine is really something else - smooth-skinned and warmly sweet and the color of sunshine.’
    • ‘A shoal of silver-skinned mullet skip out of the boat's way, one leaping four foot clear into the air.’
    • ‘I like to use nice red-skinned apples off our tree.’
    • ‘The show's success is in its cast of impossibly good-looking (and clear-skinned) teenagers and their skimpy outfits.’
    • ‘Heat the oil in a non-stick frying pan and cook the trout on each side for 4 to 5 mins, turning carefully, until crisp-skinned.’
    • ‘The greasy-skinned kids wandering the chillout zone in the amusement arcade with saucer eyes are clearly on a different planet.’
    • ‘Shovel-nosed frogs are smooth-skinned and small, with short, stout forelimbs and small heads with pointy snouts.’
    • ‘Both of the teenagers stared at us, as if we'd pulled off latex masks and reveled ourselves as green-skinned aliens.’
    • ‘The watery, tough-skinned figs were barely cooked let alone caramelised.’

Pronunciation:

skinned

/skɪnd/