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curl

noun [C]
 
 
/kɜːl/
something with a small, curved shape, especially a piece of hair
bukle, kıvırcık
a child with blonde curlsBending, twisting and curving
Translations of “curl”
in Arabic التِفاف, تَجَعُّد…
in Korean 동그랗게 말린 컬…
in Malaysian ikal…
in French ondulation…
in Italian ricciolo, spirale (di fumo)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鬈髮, 捲曲物,螺旋狀物…
in Russian локон, завиток…
in Polish lok…
in Vietnamese tóc xoăn…
in Spanish ondulación, rizo…
in Portuguese cacho…
in Thai ลอน…
in German die Locke…
in Catalan rínxol…
in Japanese カール…
in Indonesian ikal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鬈发,卷发, 卷曲物,螺旋状物…
(Definition of curl noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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