Definition of 'haircut'
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Now she is flaunting her new short haircut on social media. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I needed a haircut, for sure, and would have to keep my fingernails clean. Times, Sunday Times (2017)She had quite a short haircut and the fringe was like an arc. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It was not just the new haircut. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You resolve to get a haircut and try again. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Waiting for a bad haircut to grow out can be more painful than a bikini wax. The Sun (2013)With a really neat haircut and stubble. The Sun (2014)My favourite one was about the visitor who needed a haircut. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Who makes the front pages with a new haircut? The Sun (2008)His stiff hair had grown out of its short haircut and flopped over his forehead. Between Worlds: A Reader, Rhetoric and Handbook (1995)Is it just a haircut or is there something more? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Two men with bad haircuts arguing over what goes where. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They were clearly gossiping about your new haircut. The Sun (2011)He has just had a haircut and shave. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Sounds like they dish them out for bad haircuts. The Sun (2009)She was trying out a new haircut. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She is an enigma wrapped in a riddle trapped in a really bad haircut. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is not clear whether other lenders will be asked to take a haircut on the value of their debt. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Can we still get her haircut? The Sun (2010)He still needs a haircut, though. The Sun (2008)They must have short haircuts, no visible tattoos and charming manners. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The banks will get their haircut, although still not quite the military crop that is needed. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He needs a new haircut, though. The Sun (2011)But the man who actually meets me is big and burly with a short, military haircut. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Of course, a lot of the time they are just criticising haircuts. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In return, they get haircuts and restaurant meals. The Sun (2016)Any deal is likely to wipe out a host of Afren's creditors or require them to take a haircut on the value of their debts. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'haircut'
British English: haircut /ˈhɛəˌkʌt/ NOUN
If you have a haircut, someone cuts your hair for you.
You need a haircut.
- American English: haircut
- Arabic: قَصَّة الشَعْر
- Brazilian Portuguese: corte de cabelo
- Chinese: 理发
- Croatian: šišanje
- Czech: stříhaní vlasů
- Danish: klipning
- Dutch: knippen haren
- European Spanish: corte de pelo
- Finnish: hiustenleikkuu
- French: coupe de cheveux
- German: Haarschnitt
- Greek: κούρεμα
- Italian: taglio di capelli
- Japanese: ヘアカット
- Korean: 이발
- Norwegian: hårklipp
- Polish: strzyżenie włosów
- European Portuguese: corte de cabelo
- Romanian: tunsoare
- Russian: стрижка
- Spanish: corte de pelo
- Swedish: klippa håret
- Thai: การตัดผม
- Turkish: saç kestirme
- Ukrainian: стрижка
- Vietnamese: cắt tóc
Definition of haircut from the Collins English Dictionary
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