Translation of curl in Spanish:
- 1.1 (of hair)Example sentences
Example sentences1.2 (of lips)
- Shower and shampoo has left my hair in an uncontrollable mass of curls and tangles.
- My hair was in spiral curls that hung loosely around my face, forming a dark shadow around my glowing face.
- Her hair was damp too, making her usually straight hair coil up in small curls.
mueca (feminine) de desprecioExample sentences1.3 (of smoke)
- Finally, for you curly heads, don't towel dry your hair because it'll break up your natural curl, creating lackluster, frizzy hair.
- Personally I hate my hair; it tends to have a natural curl to it, so I cut it to prevent it from getting out of control.
- My blonde tresses had caused me trouble ever since I had my haircut up to my shoulders, from a previous length of my waist, and the natural curl came out.
- Unfortunately, while we might be prepared to complain about deficiencies in our own immediate locality, when we see a mess further afield we tend to pass it by with a curl of the lip.
- He, apparently ruthless in his ambition, gave up on mainstream politics with barely a curl of those famous lips.
- I read over my recent entries with a curl to my lip; I'm not at my sparkling best in winter.
- 1.1(hair)1.2rizarseensortijarse [literary]encresparse (Southern Cone)enchinarse (Mexico)enrularse (River Plate area)(paper/leaf/edge)ondularserizarseExample sentences1.3 (spiral)
(path)(smoke)formar or hacer volutassubir en espiralesExample sentences
- He looks sun-tanned and well, clearly enjoying his cup of tea as he daintily curls his fingers round the handle.
- She was deep in conversation with the girl sitting by her, bent forward, her hair curling round her face, her eyes wide.
- You've known him for less than a week, and he's already got you curled round his little finger!
- Doc turned us on a straight line for the wagon train and they curled off their course to meet us.
- I felt my stomach backflip as the smoke curled around me.
- Her smoke curled toward the light over the table where a moth was bumping against the bulb.
- 1.1 (twist)
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