hot comb
noun Date: 1970 a metal comb usually electrically heated for straightening or styling the hair • hot-comb transitive verb

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • hot-comb — /hot kohm /, v.t. to arrange or style (the hair) with a hot comb. * * * …   Universalium

  • hot-comb — /hot kohm /, v.t. to arrange or style (the hair) with a hot comb …   Useful english dictionary

  • hot comb — ☆ hot comb n. a comblike device that is heated, usually electrically, and used to straighten or style the hair …   English World dictionary

  • Hot comb — A hot comb is a metal comb that is used to straighten curly or coarse hair. The comb is preheated before use, then carefully combed through the hair while still hot. Hot combs can also be used for more general forms of hairstyling, but they are… …   Wikipedia

  • hot-comb — transitive verb see hot comb …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • hot comb — noun : a metal comb usually electrically heated for straightening or styling the hair * * * a comb or comblike appliance heated electrically and used to arrange or style the hair. [1965 70] …   Useful english dictionary

  • hot comb — a comb or comblike appliance heated electrically and used to arrange or style the hair. [1965 70] * * * …   Universalium

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