Definition of 'manicure'
Example sentences containing 'manicure'
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The property's grounds include manicured lawns that roll down to the river and acres of woodland. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Residents can book a massage or manicure in the spa, which has a whirlpool bath. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I drink champagne while floating in the pool and watch staff manicure the lawns. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The elegant veranda of the house looks on to manicured lawns and the summer house. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Two minutes from the hotel you will find manicured gardens. The Sun (2013)Transport is by golf buggy and the grass and hedges are perfectly manicured. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Try something like a manicure or massage at the end of the week. The Sun (2012)The benefits of good schools and manicured lawns do not always include safety. Everyday Violence (1990)Nor is the rural and suburban landscape as perfectly manicured as some urban dwellers think. The Global Marketplace (1993)But do your skin a favour and book a relaxing massage or manicure instead. The Sun (2011)Others changed and went off for a game of football on one of the manicured lawns. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Give mum a massage or become a beautician for the day and spoil her with a manicure and pedicure. The Sun (2011)They play rugby and cricket on manicured grounds, on grass. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This 1930s hotel amid manicured botanical gardens has a thermal spring perfect for a lazy afternoon. The Sun (2013)Think manicured gardens, roaring log fires and discreet service. The Sun (2011)I love having a pedicure and a manicure because it helps get them back in shape! The Sun (2013)NAIL this season's hottest beauty trends as manicures get weird and wonderful. The Sun (2012)The house -- and her neatly manicured garden -- were flawless. FRIENDS FOR LIFE (2003)The concourse and neatly manicured grass of the Olympic Park seem an improbable distance away. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Choose from a mini manicure, mini pedicure, mini facial or back neck and shoulder massage. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Using sewing or manicure scissors, carefully snip out the burnt carpet fibres; or use tweezers to pull them out. Times, Sunday Times (2014)More likely, if both of you are planning some bonding time, you would go out for a shop or a manicure at the beauty salon. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'manicure'
British English: manicure /ˈmænɪˌkjʊə/ NOUN
A manicure is the cosmetic procedure of having the skin on your hands softened and your nails cut and polished.
I have a manicure occasionally.
- American English: manicure
- Arabic: تَدْرِيـمُ الْأَظَافِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: manicure
- Chinese: 修指甲
- Croatian: manikiranje
- Czech: manikúra
- Danish: manicure
- Dutch: manicure handverzorging
- European Spanish: manicura
- Finnish: käsi- ja kynsihoito
- French: manucure
- German: Maniküre
- Greek: μανικιούρ
- Italian: manicure
- Japanese: マニキュア
- Korean: 매니큐어
- Norwegian: manikyr
- Polish: manicure
- European Portuguese: manicura
- Romanian: manichiură
- Russian: маникюр
- Spanish: manicura
- Swedish: manikyr
- Thai: การทำเล็บ
- Turkish: manikür
- Ukrainian: манікюр
- Vietnamese: sự cắt sửa móng tay
British English: manicure /ˈmænɪˌkjʊə/ VERB
If you manicure your hands or nails, you care for them by softening your skin and cutting and polishing your nails.
He was surprised to see how carefully she had manicured her broad hands.
- American English: manicure
- Arabic: يُدَّرِمُ الْأَظَافِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: cuidar das unhas
- Chinese: 修剪
- Croatian: manikirati
- Czech: manikýrovat
- Danish: manicurere
- Dutch: manicuren
- European Spanish: hacer la manicura
- Finnish: hoitaa käsiä ja kynsiä
- French: manucurer
- German: maniküren
- Greek: κάνω μανικιούρ
- Italian: fare la manicure
- Japanese: マニキュアを塗る
- Korean: 매니큐어를 하다
- Norwegian: stelle hendene
- Polish: zrobić manicure
- European Portuguese: cuidar das unhas
- Romanian: a-și face manichiura
- Russian: делать маникюр
- Spanish: hacer la manicura
- Swedish: manikyrera
- Thai: ทำเล็บ
- Turkish: manikür yapmak
- Ukrainian: робити манікюр
- Vietnamese: cắt sửa móng tay
Definition of manicure from the Collins English Dictionary
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