- v expose one's body to the sun
- For nothing or for a few francs, they could hire bicycles, sunbathe, play at the Lawn Tennis Club, take American Express tours in the big rolltop busses.
- On the relaxed summer beaches of Rio de Janeiro, nobody glances twice when a woman parades by in a microscopic bikini or wriggles out of her top to sunbathe.
- Not long ago, it was a minor scandal when a girl student, back for the summer, walked around in a T shirt and cutoff jeans; now local girls sunbathe in thong bikinis.
- Minissha Lamba in Times of India
I'm dying to go on a vacation - some place where I can dive into the blue ocean water and sunbathe. I have had a lot of commitments lately so it was hard to take out time for a holiday,Minissha told IANS.
- Kari Stefansson in Bloomberg
This is a clear example of the interplay between genes and the environment,Stefansson said in a telephone interview. "If you have this mutation, you definitely should not sunbathe very much."
- Nick Lowe in Independent
Just as long as you use a daily protective cream that contains an SPF 15 with a UVA protection, even on cloudy days, and a sunblock and a sun hat if you sunbathe,says Dr Lowe.