Definition of razor in English:

razor

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Pronunciation: /ˈreɪzə
 
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noun

An instrument with a sharp blade or set of blades, used to remove unwanted hair from the face or body: an electric razor
More example sentences
  • Some people will be giving away the razors to sell the blades.
  • Disposable razors are very sharp and you can just throw them away when they're done.
  • I also tried a disposable straight razor and never got the hang of it.

verb

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Cut with a razor: the tapered cut is razored to give movement
More example sentences
  • ‘By keeping it short and razoring it, it should help control it,’ said Amy.
  • Denise blunt-cut it to just above her shoulders, and then razored the ends to create a wispy effect.
  • So instead I started using an electric razor to shave closely, but gradually got tired of that and just started razoring it again.

Origin

Middle English: from Old French rasor, from raser 'shave closely' (see raze).

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