Definição de 'gel'
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What will be a challenge is getting the team to gel within a week. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Taking a single shower using gel containing microbeads can result in 100,000 being washed down the drain. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You can't just make people gel. The Sun (2016)You've got to really gel well and we do. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Will be tough for new-look side to gel quickly. The Sun (2017)With the remaining section from the crown on show, run gel or hair oil through it. The Sun (2016)If filling them in is too fiddly, then at least use a brow gel to brush the hairs upwards. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So I asked him whether he used gel. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What the blazes are you supposed to do with a bottle of shower gel? Times, Sunday Times (2011) Use strong gel and lots of pins to get your hair up. The Sun (2010)Conventional running shoes normally feature a foam or gel layer in the sole. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They come in liquid and gel form. Acrylics Masterclass (1994)What is the secret of her ability to make different groups of people gel? Times, Sunday Times (2007)There have been countless great teams down the years whose constituent parts did not gel particularly well. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Ideal to apply gel eyeliner or to push shadow between the lashes. The Sun (2013)We put all these real stories together and they gel. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Either that or she used too much hair gel. The Sun (2008)This time we need to gel as a team. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You apply the clear gel serum to teeth for three minutes for three nights. The Sun (2014)They must have nicked all the mini shower gels. The Sun (2012) Use antibacterial hand gel after hitting the button. The Sun (2012)It was great to see the young guys unfazed and gel so well. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Sometimes you need things to happen for you to gel together. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The team did not quite gel. Times, Sunday Times (2013)HERE'S a great tip to stop you getting into a lather over what usually is left in cans of shaving foam and gel. The Sun (2008)As well as an eye shadow, you can also use them as a gel liner. The Sun (2013)A gel or liquid would be a better option. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Freddie is a team player through and through, so he must feel that it will help the side to gel. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The finished work gels elegantly. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The people who sell gel? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Doubles as a gel eyeliner. The Sun (2013)This part of the story doesn't quite gel, but at least it does get us out of that claustrophobic apartment. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Traduções de gel
Inglês Britânico: gel /dʒɛl/ NOUN
Gel is a smooth, soft, jelly-like substance, especially one used to keep your hair in a particular style.
- Inglês Americano: gel
- Árabe: جل
- Português Brasileiro: gel
- Chinês: 凝胶
- Croata: gel
- Tcheco: gel
- Dinamarquês: gelé
- Holandês: gel
- Espanhol Europeu: gel
- Finlandês: geeli
- Francês: gel
- Alemão: Gel
- Grego: ζελέ
- Italiano: gel
- Japonês: ジェル
- Coreano: 겔
- Norueguês: gele
- Polonês: żel
- Português Europeu: gel
- Romeno: gel
- Russo: гель
- Espanhol: gel
- Sueco: gel
- Tailandês: เจลสำหรับแต่งผม
- Turco: jöle saç
- Ucraniano: гель
- Vietnamita: gel tóc
Definição de gel do Collins Dicionário Inglês
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