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hair spray

noun [C or U] uk   ( UK also lacquer, hair lacquer) us  
a sticky liquid that is sprayed (= forced out in small drops) onto someone's hair to keep it in a particular shape
Translations of “hair spray”
in Korean 헤어 스프레이…
in Arabic مُثبّت الشعْر…
in Portuguese spray para cabelos…
in Catalan laca…
in Japanese ヘアスプレー…
in Italian lacca…
in Chinese (Traditional) 噴髮定型液…
in Chinese (Simplified) 喷发定型剂…
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