There are 2 main translations of perm in Spanish:

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perm 1

American English: /pərm/
British English: /pəːm/

noun

transitive verb

  • to have one's hair permed
    hacerse la or (Mexico) un permanente
    I could perm your hair
    podría hacerle la or (Mexico) un permanente
    Example sentences
    • If your hair has been permed or relaxed, color has to be applied carefully or it can weaken the structure of your hair.
    • Quickly she put her dark permed hair in a ponytail.
    • Sitting alongside the soldier was a girl whose hair had recently been permed by the local hairdresser.

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There are 2 main translations of perm in Spanish:

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perm 2
American English: /pərm/
British English: /pəːm/

noun

  • (in football pools)
    (British English)
    Example sentences
    • Even the worst footballers' perms of the 1970s could hardly compete.
    • The man with the most infamous perm in Scottish football history proved that a goalkeeper from an unfashionable club can step up and do a job for Scotland.

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