Definition of 'blow-dry'
Example sentences containing 'blow-dry'
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A long, overly styled blow-dry can age the woman it sits atop. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Then blow-dry your hair using a big rounded brush for extra volume. The Sun (2010)Its blow-dry bars revolutionised styling. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It's such a joy not having to blow-dry your hair for dinner or worry about what you are going to wear. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Translations for 'blow-dry'
British English: blow-dry /ˈbləʊdraɪ/ NOUN
A blow-dry is a method of styling the hair while drying it with a hand-held hairdryer.
The price of a cut and blow-dry varies widely.
- American English: blow-dry
- Arabic: تـَجْفِيف الشَعْر
- Brazilian Portuguese: secar o cabelo com o secador
- Chinese: 吹干
- Croatian: sušiti kosu
- Czech: foukaná
- Danish: føntørring
- Dutch: föhnen
- European Spanish: marcado
- Finnish: hiusten föönaus
- French: brushing
- German: Föhnen
- Greek: στέγνωμα με πιστολάκι
- Italian: asciugare con il phon
- Japanese: ブロードライ
- Korean: 드라이어로 머리를 매만지기
- Norwegian: føner
- Polish: suszenie suszarką
- European Portuguese: secar o cabelo com o secador
- Romanian: uscat și coafat păr
- Russian: укладка волос с феном
- Spanish: secado con secador
- Swedish: fön
- Thai: การเป่าให้แห้ง
- Turkish: fön
- Ukrainian: укладати волосся феном
- Vietnamese: sự sấy tóc
Definition of blow-dry from the Collins English Dictionary
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