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coiffed

adjective uk   /kwɒft/ us    /kwɑːft/ often humorous
Coiffed hair is carefully arranged in an attractive style: How do those TV mothers always manage to look so immaculately coiffed as they do the housework?
Translations of “coiffed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有時髦髮型的, 髮式漂亮的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有时髦发型的, 发式漂亮的…
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