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permnoun [C]

uk   /pɜːm/  us   /pɝːm/ UK (US or formal permanent, formal permanent wave)
a chemical process that makes your hair curly, or a hairstyle that is created in this way: Is your hair naturally curly or have you had a perm?
perm
verb [T] uk   us  
I'm going to get my hair permed on Saturday.
Translations of “perm”
in Arabic تَجْعيد الشَّعْر كيميائيًا…
in Korean 파마…
in Malaysian keriting…
in French permanente…
in Turkish perma, permalı saçlar…
in Italian permanente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 燙髮,捲髮…
in Russian химическая завивка…
in Polish trwała…
in Vietnamese quăn…
in Spanish permanente…
in Portuguese permanente…
in Thai การดัดผม…
in German die Dauerwelle…
in Catalan permanent…
in Japanese (髪の)パーマをかけること…
in Indonesian keriting permanen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 烫发,卷发…
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