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Translation of "wave" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

wave

noun [C] (HAIR CURVES) 頭髮的捲曲     /weɪv/
a series of slight curves in a person's hair (頭髮的)捲曲,波浪捲 Your hair has a natural wave whereas mine's just straight and boring. 你的頭髮是自然捲,而我的卻直挺挺的,了無生氣。 →  See also wavy Hair
(Definition of wave noun (HAIR CURVES) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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