hair

hair
n.

1) to brush; comb hair

2) to backcomb (BE), tease (AE); braid; do; set; style hair

3) to cut; trim hair

4) to shampoo, wash hair

5) to color; dye; tint hair

6) to part one's hair (he parts his hair in the middle, and I part mine on the side)

7) to stroke smb.'s hair

8) to lose, shed one's hair (people lose their hair; animals shed their hair)

9) curly; kinky; straight; wavy hair

10) long; short; thick; thinning hair

11) unmanageable, unruly hair

12) dark; light hair

13) black; blond; brown; grey; red; white hair

14) pubic hair

15) hair falls out; grows

16) a single hair

17) a curl, lock; strand of hair

18) a head; shock of hair (he has a thick head of hair)

19) (misc.) to split hairs ('to nitpick'); to get in smb.'s hair ('to annoy smb.'); to let one's hair down ('to lose one's inhibitions'); by a hair ('by a small margin')

* * *
[heə]
blond
brown
comb hair
grows
kinky
light hair
strand of hair
style hair
thinning hair
tint hair
trim hair
unruly hair
wash hair
wavy hair
white hair
by a hair ('by a small margin')
to get in smb. 's hair ('to annoy smb. ')
to let one's hair down ('to lose one's inhibitions')
tease (AE)
shock of hair (he has a thick head of hair)
shed one's hair (people lose their hair; animals shed their hair)
a curl
a head
a single hair
curly
pubic hair
to brush
to color
to cut
to lose
to shampoo
to stroke smb. 's hair
unmanageable
hair falls out
(misc.) to split hairs ('to nitpick')
to backcomb (BE)
to part one's hair (he parts his hair in the middle, and I part mine on the side)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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