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Definición de “frizz” en inglés

frizz

noun [U] uk   /frɪz/ us  
the quality of hair being frizzy: This mousse says it's designed to eliminate frizz and make hair glossy and easier to manage.

frizz

verb [T] uk   /frɪz/ informal us  
to make hair frizzy: She's just had her hair frizzed, and I didn't recognize her at first.
(Definition of frizz from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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