Definition of 'ponytail'
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Example sentences containing 'ponytail'
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Gloves are a good idea and be sure to tie long hair back into a ponytail. The Sun (2016)Gloves are a good idea and be sure to tie long hair back into a ponytail. The Sun (2016)Tip your hair forwards and tie into a high ponytail. The Sun (2012)Leave the rest of the ponytail loose. The Sun (2007)That hair is swept up and tied back into a ponytail. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Then comb hair into a ponytail and tie. The Sun (2013)Then section off the top and tie the bottom half in a low ponytail. The Sun (2013)His long blond hair is tied back in a ponytail. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She had straight dark brown hair in a ponytail. The Sun (2008)Make a straight side parting and secure hair into a low ponytail opposite. The Sun (2010)His hair is tied back into a ponytail. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She considered glittery nail polish and hair accessories beyond ponytail holders things to be avoided. Christianity Today (2000)As they cool slick the rest of your hair into a ponytail. The Sun (2014)She was wearing a white cotton dress with orange flowers and her hair was drawn back in a ponytail. No Way Home: A Cuban Dancer's Tale (2007)She tucked her blonde ponytail down the back of her uniform and tried to avoid eye contact with captors. The Sun (2007)They wore almost identical outfits - down to the high ponytail hairdo. The Sun (2014)First, tie back your hair into a loose ponytail. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Stick one on top of a loose, low ponytail. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Pull the hair into a low side ponytail, and plait. The Sun (2012)I brush my brown hair and pull it back into a low ponytail. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She's dressed in tight jeans and a navy stripy top with her bleached blonde hair high in a ponytail. The Sun (2007)Tie hair into a loose ponytail on the side of your head so it's easier to see what you are doing. The Sun (2010)And I put a high ponytail in. The Sun (2013)This high ponytail is reminiscent of both the 1950s and the 1980s. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I then smoothed my locks into a high ponytail, leaving my parting intact, and secured with a band. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'ponytail'
British English: ponytail /ˈpəʊnɪˌteɪl/ NOUN
If someone has their hair in a ponytail, it is tied up at the back so that it hangs down like a tail.
Her long, fine hair was tied back in a ponytail.
- American English: ponytail
- Arabic: ذَيَّل الفَرْس
- Brazilian Portuguese: rabo-de-cavalo cabelo
- Chinese: 马尾辫
- Croatian: konjski rep
- Czech: culík
- Danish: hestehale
- Dutch: paardenstaart
- European Spanish: cola de caballo
- Finnish: poninhäntä
- French: queue de cheval
- German: Pferdeschwanz Frisur
- Greek: αλογοουρά
- Italian: coda di cavallo
- Japanese: ポニーテール
- Korean: 말총머리
- Norwegian: hestehale
- Polish: koński ogon
- European Portuguese: rabo-de-cavalo cabelo
- Romanian: coadă
- Russian: «конский хвост» прическа
- Spanish: cola de caballo
- Swedish: hästsvans
- Thai: ทรงผมหางม้าของเด็กผู้หญิง
- Turkish: atkuyruğu
- Ukrainian: хвістзачіска
- Vietnamese: tóc đuôi ngựa
Definition of ponytail from the Collins English Dictionary
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