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split end

noun [C usually plural]    
a hair that has divided into several parts at its end (髮梢的)分叉 Dry, brittle hair and split ends were the unfortunate consequence of years of dyeing it peroxide blond. 頭髮乾枯易斷、髮梢分叉是常年把頭髮漂染成金色的後果。 Hair
Translations of “split end”
in Chinese (Simplified) (发梢的)分叉…
(Definition of split end from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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