hairdo
noun (plural hairdos) Date: 1932 a way of wearing the hair ; coiffure

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  • hairdo — (n.) also hair do, 1932, from HAIR (Cf. hair) + DO (Cf. do) (v.). Phrase do (one s) hair attested from 1875 …   Etymology dictionary

  • hairdo — meaning ‘the style or styling of a woman s hair’, is informal only. The plural form is hairdos …   Modern English usage

  • hairdo — ► NOUN (pl. hairdos) informal ▪ the style of a person s hair …   English terms dictionary

  • hairdo — ☆ hairdo [her′do͞o΄ ] n. pl. hairdos the style in which hair is arranged; coiffure …   English World dictionary

  • hairdo — [[t]he͟ə(r)duː[/t]] hairdos N COUNT A hairdo is the style in which your hair has been cut and arranged. [INFORMAL] How do you like my new hairdo? ...a teenager with a punk hairdo. Syn: hairstyle …   English dictionary

  • hairdo — UK [ˈheə(r)ˌduː] / US [ˈherˌdu] noun [countable] Word forms hairdo : singular hairdo plural hairdos informal a hairstyle, especially for a woman …   English dictionary

  • hairdo — {n.} Style or manner of arranging, combing, or wearing one s hair. * / How do you like my new hairdo? Jane asked, as she left the beauty parlor./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • hairdo — {n.} Style or manner of arranging, combing, or wearing one s hair. * / How do you like my new hairdo? Jane asked, as she left the beauty parlor./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • hairdo — noun Style or manner of arranging, combing, or wearing one s hair. How do you like my new hairdo? Jane asked, as she left the beauty parlor …   Словарь американских идиом

  • hairdo — hairstyle, coiffure    Did you see Eileen s hairdo? She looks lovely in tight curls …   English idioms

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