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haircut
American English: /ˈhɛrˌkət/
British English: /ˈhɛːkʌt/

Translation of haircut in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (trim) to have o get a haircut
    cortarse el pelo
    Example sentences
    • Yesterday as I drove to the beauty salon for my haircut.
    • Until the 1970s only a few men went to a salon for a haircut and styling.
    • There's also a salon for haircuts, pedicures, manicures and makeup lessons.
    1.2 (style)
    Example sentences
    • We've arrived at a day and age when it's the person who wears the haircut and style, rather than the other way around.
    • He was white, around 5ft 9in, stocky and muscular, with a crew-cut style haircut and he looked scruffy.
    • Less is more when it comes to style and color, and with the right haircut, your hair can become low on maintenance and high on style.

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