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French-English translation for: [cheveux]
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Dictionary French English: [cheveux]

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French English
foncé {adj} [cheveux, peau]
5
dark [hair, skin]
frisé {adj} [cheveux]
4
curly
raide {adj} [cheveux]
2
straight [hair]
bouclé {adj} [cheveux]curly
bouclé {adj} [cheveux]curly-haired [loose curls]
brun {adj} [cheveux]brunette [hair]
châtain {adj} [cheveux]chestnut (brown) [hair]
clair {adj} [cheveux, peau]fair [hair, skin]
clairsemé {adj} [cheveux]thin [hair]
dru {adj} [cheveux]bushy
embroussaillé {adj} [cheveux, barbe]bristly
embroussaillé {adj} [cheveux, barbe]shaggy
flou {adj} [coiffure, cheveux]soft
fou {adj} [cheveux]straggly
frisotté {adj} [cheveux]frizzy [hair]
hérissé {adj} [plumes, cheveux]ruffled [feathers, hair]
hirsute {adj} [cheveux]shaggy
hirsute {adj} [cheveux]tousled
hirsute {adj} [cheveux]unkempt
laqué {adj} {past-p} [cheveux]lacquered
lustré {adj} [brillant : cheveux]shiny
négligé {adj} [cheveux, barbe]unkempt
plat {adj} [cheveux]limp
touffu {adj} [barbe, sourcils, cheveux, végétation]thick [beard, eyebrows, hair, vegetation]
Verbs
cosm. tresser qc. [cheveux]
2
to braid sth. [Am.]
aplatir qc. [cheveux]to smooth sth. down
blanchir [barbe, cheveux]to turn white
blanchir [cheveux]to turn gray [Am.]
blanchir [cheveux]to turn grey [Br.]
boucler [cheveux]to curl
chim. décolorer qc. [tissu, cheveux]to bleach sth.
décolorer qc. [tissu, cheveux]to cause sth. to fade [from sunlight or washing]
décrêper qc. [cheveux]to straighten sth. [hair]
défriser qc. [cheveux]to straighten sth.
ébouriffer qc. [cheveux, etc.]to dishevel sth. [sb.'s hair]
ébouriffer qc. [cheveux, etc.]to ruffle sth.
cosm. effiler qc. [cheveux]to taper sth. [hair]
cosm. effiler qc. [cheveux]to thin out sth. [hair]
friser [cheveux]to curl
porter qc. [cheveux longs]to have sth.
rafraîchir qc. [cheveux]to trim sth. [hair]
raser qc. [barbe, cheveux, moustache]to shave sth. off
retenir qn./qc. [cheveux, volet, chien, personne]to hold sb./sth. back
s'éclaircir [cheveux]to get lighter
s'éclaircir [foule, jungle, cheveux]to thin out
s'embrouiller [fils, cheveux]to become tangled
s'entremêler [cheveux]to get tangled
cosm. tresser qc. [cheveux]to plait sth. [Br.]
Nouns
coiffure {f} [coupe de cheveux]
2
hairstyle
banane {f} [cheveux]quiff [Br.] [hairstyle]
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