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curlyadjective

 us   /ˈkɜr·li/
having a ​curvingshape, like ​part of a ​circle,: He should ​keep his curly ​hairshort I ​want those curly ​fries for ​lunch.
curliness
noun [U]  /ˈkɜr·li·nəs/
(Definition of curly from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Definition of "curly" - British English Dictionary

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curlyadjective

uk   /ˈkɜː.li/  us   /ˈkɝː-/
B1 having ​curls or a ​curvedshape: He has ​blond, curly ​hair. These ​pigs all have curly ​tails.
(Definition of curly from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “curly”
in Arabic مُجَعَّد, مَلْفوف…
in Korean 곱슬 곱슬한…
in Portuguese crespo, encaracolado…
in Catalan arrissat…
in Japanese カールした…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鬈曲的,卷曲的…
in Turkish kıvırcık, bukleli…
in Russian вьющийся…
in Chinese (Traditional) 捲曲的…
in Italian riccio…
in Polish kręcony, zakręcony…
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