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hair

noun [C or U]
 
 
/heər/ US  /her/
the mass of thin thread-like structures on the head of a person, or any of these structures that grow out of the skin of a person or animal
(人的)头发;(人或动物的)汗毛,毛发
He's got short dark hair.
他的头发短而黑。
I'm going to have/get my hair cut.
我要去理发。
She brushed her long red hair.
她梳理她那长长的红头发。
He had lost his hair by the time he was twenty-five.
他25岁时头发就掉光了。
He's starting to get a few grey hairs now.
他现在开始有白头发了。
I found a hair in my soup.
我在我的汤里面发现了一根头发。
Hair
Translations of “hair”
in Arabic شَعْر, شَعرة…
in Korean 머리, 털…
in Malaysian bulu, rambut…
in French poil, cheveux…
in Turkish saç, kıl, tüy…
in Italian capelli, pelo, capello…
in Chinese (Traditional) (人的)頭髮, (人或動物的)汗毛,毛髮…
in Russian волосы, волос…
in Polish włosy, włos…
in Vietnamese lông, tóc…
in Spanish pelo, cabello…
in Portuguese cabelo, pelo…
in Thai เส้นขน, ผม…
in German das Haar…
in Catalan cabell(s), pèl(s)…
in Japanese 髪, 毛, 1本の髪(毛)…
in Indonesian bulu, rambut…
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