English to Danish Meaning :: wan

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Noun(1) a computer network that spans a wider area than does a local area network
Verb(1) become pale and sickly
Adjective(1) (of light, or wan(2) abnormally deficient in color as suggesting physical or emotional distress(3) lacking vitality as from weariness or illness or unhappiness

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(1) The stones on the bottom of the brook were flat and greenish in the wan afternoon light.(2) Sighing wearily, Isabella shifted her gaze to her mother with a wan smile on her lips.(3) Warhol devised the most telling face of fame - wan , bleached out, with a camera hanging from the neck.(4) Elsa shook it off with a shrug of the shoulders and a wan smile.(5) There might not be as many shadows to cling to, but the light from lamp posts was wan and deceiving; he could hide well enough if he needed to.(6) Amy gave her a wan smile, and moved to stand beside her. her eyes were red from crying, and her armour was mangled in more than a few places.(7) I gave him a wan smile, ├ö├ç├┐As well as can be expected, I suppose.├ö├ç├û(8) But her gaze cleared, and she managed a wan smile.(9) ├ö├ç├┐After several days of flying in space, the astronauts may look wan and sallow, so medical staff will put make-up on them to make them look ruddy,├ö├ç├û the newspaper said.(10) She leaned forward, elbows on knees and her head in the wan moonlight as she smiled.(11) Sarah looked up from her conversation with Jake with a wan smile.(12) Tamani offered him a wan smile, ├ö├ç├┐Thank you, Sir Pontelau.├ö├ç├û(13) One need only stand in the aisle marked Produce to understand how the wan light obscuring the bruised fruit makes all of our decisions more difficult.(14) Instead, our wars exposed the limits of our capability and cast a wan light on many of our cherished illusions.(15) KÔö£├érbes, normally luminous on the State Theater stage, here never seemed to come alive, looking wan and passive, and was completely overshadowed by either.(16) In another image, two bored children gaze at the camera, the older one giving the camera a wan smile.
Related Words
(1) wan and sallow ::
wan og gusten
1. pale ::
2. dim ::
3. wide area network ::
Different Forms
wan, wanly, wanness
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