Definition of 'lipstick'
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Wear with red lipstick and an oversized white shirt. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Others ripped into her for wearing bright lipstick. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But really, you should wear red lipstick like you mean it. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Heels and lipstick, what else can you bake in? The Sun (2016)But if you are afraid to apply a bold lipstick, worry not. The Sun (2017)But I accept that some people are a bit scared of red lipstick and electric purple eyeshadow. Times, Sunday Times (2017)She talks to me at her Brooklyn home, looking glamorous with her deep red lipstick. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Look amazing in a lipstick with pink or raspberry undertones. The Sun (2013)She was the one with the bright lipstick and purple hair. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Take a glossy orange lipstick and paint a coating over the red. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It feels odd applying red lipstick to stay at home. The Sun (2010)Take time finding the right red lipstick. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And she completed the shock new look with electric pink lipstick. The Sun (2007)He teased her about always wearing bright red lipstick in the desert. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Apply lipstick on the centre of the top lip and work outwards to the corners. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She wears bright clothes and is putting on some red lipstick. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Add a splash of lipstick pink to the kitchen counter. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And what better to match to your lipstick than your bright blouse? Times, Sunday Times (2011) Put on some lipstick or brush your hair. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And keep it clean with a slick of red lipstick. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Or how about a bright lipstick? Times, Sunday Times (2016)He's talking about a woman applying her lipstick. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They don't need fake tan or frosted pink lipstick. The Sun (2006)You don't say you need to put your fake lips on when you put lipstick on. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I was all heels and red lipstick. The Sun (2014)Move over, matt - lipstick is going glossy again. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It's particularly likely to happen with glossy lipsticks or if you apply too much, especially on the inner lip. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'lipstick'
British English: lipstick /ˈlɪpˌstɪk/ NOUN
Lipstick is a coloured substance which women put on their lips.
She was wearing red lipstick.
- American English: lipstick
- Arabic: أحْمَرُ شِفَاهِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: batom
- Chinese: 唇膏
- Croatian: ruž za usne
- Czech: rtěnka
- Danish: læbestift
- Dutch: lipstick
- European Spanish: pintalabios
- Finnish: huulipuna
- French: rouge à lèvres
- German: Lippenstift
- Greek: κραγιόν
- Italian: rossetto
- Japanese: 口紅
- Korean: 립스틱
- Norwegian: leppestift
- Polish: pomadka
- European Portuguese: batom
- Romanian: ruj
- Russian: губная помада
- Spanish: pintalabios
- Swedish: läppstift
- Thai: ลิปสติก
- Turkish: ruj
- Ukrainian: губна помада
- Vietnamese: son
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