Definition of skinhead in English:

skinhead

Line breaks: skin|head
Pronunciation: /ˈskɪnhɛd
 
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noun

A young man of a subculture characterized by close-cropped hair and heavy boots, often perceived as aggressive.
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  • And, believe it or not, they were actually quite successful for a few years in transforming racially tolerant white skinheads into violent and racist hooligans.
  • By dint of its association with racist violence, the skinhead scene occupies a special, troubling place among youth subcultures.
  • So I think the struggle hasn't really changed - just that the skinhead now has longer hair and wears a suit.

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