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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)頭髮;(人或動物的)汗毛,毛髮 He's got short dark hair. 他的頭髮短而黑。 I'm going to have/get my hair cut. 我要去理髮。 She brushed her long red hair. 她梳理她那長長的紅頭髮。 He had lost his hair by the time he was twenty-five. 他25歲時頭髮就掉光了。 He's starting to get a few grey hairs now. 他現在開始有白頭髮了。 I found a hair in my soup. 我在我的湯裡面發現了一根頭髮。 Hair
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