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pageboy

noun [C] uk   /ˈpeɪdʒ.bɔɪ/ us  

pageboy noun [C] (BOY)

a young boy who is one of the people to go with the bride (= the woman who is getting married) into the church: The little pageboys were dressed in kilts and the bridesmaids in pink dresses.
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pageboy noun [C] (HAIR)

a hairstyle, mainly for women, in which the hair is straight and quite short and turns under at the ends
Translations of “pageboy”
in Chinese (Traditional) 男孩, 新娘的伴童,小男儐相…
in Chinese (Simplified) 男孩, 新娘的伴童,小男傧相…
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