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-haired

suffix
 
 
/-ˈheəd/
used after a word describing someone's hair
имеющий такие-то волосы
a red-haired woman a short-haired cat →  See also fair-haired Hair
Translations of “-haired”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有…頭髮的…
in Turkish ...saçlı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有…头发的…
in Polish -włosy…
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