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Translation of "shampoo" - English-Spanish dictionary

shampoo

noun   /ʃæmˈpuː/ ( plural shampoos)
A2 a liquid substance that you use to wash your hair champú
(Definition of shampoo from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

shampoo

noun /ʃӕmˈpuː/ ( plural shampoos)
a soapy liquid or other substance for washing the hair and scalp or for cleaning carpets, upholstery etc champú a special shampoo for greasy hair carpet shampoo.
an act of washing etc with shampoo lavado y marcado I had a shampoo and set at the hairdresser’s.
(Definition of shampoo from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “shampoo”
in Korean 샴푸…
in Arabic شامبو…
in Malaysian syampu, mencuci rambut…
in French shampooing…
in Russian шампунь…
in Chinese (Traditional) 洗髮精, 洗髮劑, 洗滌劑…
in Italian sciampo…
in Turkish şampuan…
in Polish szampon…
in Vietnamese dầu gội đầu, dầu rửa thảm, sự gội đầu…
in Portuguese xampu…
in Thai ยาสระผม, การสระผม…
in German das Shampoo, das Waschen…
in Catalan xampú…
in Japanese シャンプー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 香波, 洗发剂, 洗涤剂…
in Indonesian shampoo, mengeramas…
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