Definition of 'shampoo'
Example sentences containing 'shampoo'
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To keep it clean he suggests dry shampoo. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We would also know intriguingly what shampoo and hair conditioner he buys. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Use shampoo for your brushes and dry them lying flat on a towel. The Sun (2014)It was worse than a shampoo advert. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In between washes dry shampoo is brilliant for a bit of volume. The Sun (2011)The staff still replace those tiny bottles of shampoo. Times, Sunday Times (2015)These are the times when a reliable dry shampoo is a real boon! The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)Rinse it off and shampoo your hair again. The Sun (2012)Sufferers from dandruff should use this shampoo once a week without fail. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)Now dry shampoo is making its return as a beauty kit essential. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Leave the shampoo on the hair for ten to fifteen minutes. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)Excessive use of shampoos and cosmetic applications may contribute to hair loss. The Dictionary of Modern Herbalism (1985)It works like a dry shampoo too. The Sun (2012)Because no other country sells shampoo? Times, Sunday Times (2015)It sounds like a shampoo advert. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Or a whole bottle of shampoo? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Use a mild, natural shampoo rather than soap. Stay Well This Winter (1989)But what's to stop cowboy shampoo makers selling dangerous shampoo to the young? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Mum keeps my bathroom stocked with decent shampoos and body washes, usually the ones for sensitive skin. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Whether you are selling shampoo or a financial product, you have to think about where your message will be pulled out by people. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Lip balm, shampoo, soap and bath oil are all included. The Sun (2006)As for the hair, he washes it with shampoo, apparently. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'shampoo'
British English: shampoo /ʃæmˈpuː/ NOUN
Shampoo is a liquid that you use for washing your hair.
...a bottle of shampoo.
- American English: shampoo
- Arabic: شامْبو
- Brazilian Portuguese: xampu
- Chinese: 洗发膏
- Croatian: šampon
- Czech: šampon
- Danish: shampoo
- Dutch: shampoo
- European Spanish: champú
- Finnish: shampoo
- French: shampooing
- German: Shampoo
- Greek: σαμπουάν
- Italian: shampoo
- Japanese: シャンプー
- Korean: 샴푸
- Norwegian: shampo
- Polish: szampon
- European Portuguese: champô
- Romanian: șampon
- Russian: шампунь
- Spanish: champú
- Swedish: schampo
- Thai: ยาสระผม
- Turkish: şampuan
- Ukrainian: шампунь
- Vietnamese: dầu gội
British English: shampoo VERB
When you shampoo your hair, you wash it using shampoo.
Shampoo your hair and dry it.
Definition of shampoo from the Collins English Dictionary
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