hair

hair
heə
1. noun
1) (one of the mass of thread-like objects that grow from the skin: He brushed the dog's hairs off his jacket.) pelo, cabello
2) (the mass of these, especially on a person's head: He's got brown hair.) pelo, cabello
- hairy
- hairiness
- hair's-breadth
- hair-breadth
- hairbrush
- haircut
- hair-do
- hairdresser
- hairdressing
- hair-drier
- hairline
- hair-oil
- hairpin

2. adjective
((of a bend in a road) sharp and U-shaped, especially on a mountain or a hill.) (curva) en horquilla, cerrada
- hairstyle
- keep one's hair on
- let one's hair down
- make someone's hair stand on end
- make hair stand on end
- not to turn a hair
- turn a hair
- split hairs
- tear one's hair

hair n
1. pelo
the bath is full of hairs la bañera está llena de pelos
2. pelo / cabello
you've had your hair cut! ¡te has cortado el pelo!
3. vello
he has hair on his arms tiene vello en los brazos
to make your hair stand on end ponerte los pelos de punta
hair
tr[heəSMALLr/SMALL]
noun
1 (on head) cabello, pelo, cabellera
2 (on body) vello
3 (horse's mane) crin nombre femenino
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
keep your hair on! familiar ¡tranquilo,-a! ¡cálmate!
not to turn a hair no inmutarse
to have long hair tener el pelo largo, tener melena
to have one's hair cut cortarse el pelo
to have white hair / have grey hair tener canas
to let one's hair down figurative use desmadrarse
to make somebody's hair stand on end figurative use ponerle a alguien los pelos de punta
to split hairs figurative use hilar muy fino, buscar tres pies al gato
to tear one's hair out figurative use desesperarse, volverse loco,-a
hair lacquer laca
hair pin horquilla
hair remover depilatorio
hair ['hær] n
1) : pelo m, cabello m
to get one's hair cut: cortarse el pelo
2) : vello m (en las piernas, etc.)
hair
adj.
de pelo adj.
para el pelo adj.
n.
cabello s.m.
filamento s.m.
hebra s.f.
pelambre s.m.
pelo s.m.
vello s.m.
her, heə(r)
noun
1) u (on human head) pelo m, cabello m (frml o liter)

a girl with long hair — una chica de pelo largo

to have o get one's hair cut — cortarse el pelo

to do one's hair — arreglarse el pelo, peinarse

to have one's hair done — peinarse (en la peluquería)

to lose one's hair — perder* el pelo

to get in somebody's hair — (colloq) molestar a alguien

keep your hair on! — (BrE colloq) no te sulfures! (fam)

to let one's hair down — (relax) soltarse* la melena (fam); (lit) soltarse* el pelo

to make somebody's hair stand on end — (colloq) ponerle* los pelos de punta a alguien (fam)

to tear one's hair (out) — (colloq) subirse por las paredes (fam); (before n) <gel, lacquer, oil> para el pelo

hair transplant — transplante m capilar

2) u
a) (on human body) vello m; (before n)

hair remover — depilatorio m

b) (on animal, plant) pelo m
3) c (single strand) pelo m

with not a hair out of place — impecable

not to harm a hair of somebody's head — no tocarle* un pelo a alguien

not to turn a hair — no inmutarse, quedarse como si nada or como si tal (fam)

to split hairs — buscarle* tres or cinco pies al gato; see also hair's breadth

[hɛǝ(r)]
1. N
1) (=head of hair) pelo m, cabello m; (on legs etc) vello m; [of animal] pelo m, piel f; (=fluff) pelusa f

to comb one's hair — peinarse

to get/have one's hair cut — cortarse el pelo

to do one's hair, to have one's hair done — arreglarse el pelo

grey hair — canas fpl

a fine head of hair — una hermosa cabellera

he still has a full head of hair — aún conserva todo su pelo

she's got long hair — tiene el pelo largo

to part one's hair — hacerse la raya

to remove unwanted hair — depilarse

to put one's hair up — recogerse el pelo

to wash one's hair — lavarse la cabeza or el pelo

white hair — canas fpl

- get in sb's hair
- get sb out of one's hair
- let one's hair down
- make sb's hair stand on end

it was enough to make your hair stand on end — te ponía los pelos de punta, era espeluznante

- tear one's hair out
2) (=single hair) pelo m

by a hair's breadth — por un pelo or los pelos

to be within a hair's breadth of — estar a dos dedos de

- the hair of the dog

what you need is a hair of the dog that bit you — lo que te hace falta es tomarte otra para que se te pase la resaca

to put hairs on one's chest —

this will put hairs on your chest! * — ¡esto te hará la mar de bien! *

- split hairs

to turn a hair —

he didn't turn a hair — ni se inmutó, ni siquiera pestañeó

2.
CPD [follicle, implant, transplant] capilar; [lacquer] para el pelo; [mattress] de cerda

hair appointment N

to have/make a hair appointment — tener/pedir hora en la peluquería

hair care N — cuidado m del cabello

hair clippers NPL — maquinilla f para cortar el pelo

hair colour N(=dye) tinte m de pelo

hair conditioner N — suavizante m or (LAm) enjuague m para el cabello

hair curler N — rulo m, bigudí m

hair extension N — postizo m; (=false plait) trenza f postiza

hair follicle N — folículo m capilar

hair gel N — fijador m

hair implant N — implante m capilar

hair loss N — pérdida f de cabello, caída f de pelo

total hair loss — pérdida f total del cabello, caída f total del pelo

hair oil N — brillantina f

hair removal N — depilación f

hair remover N — depilatorio m

hair restorer N — loción f capilar

hair salon N — salón m de peluquería

hair shirt N — cilicio m

hair slide N(Brit) pasador m, hebilla f (S. Cone)

hair specialist N — especialista mf capilar

hair straighteners NPL — alisador msing de pelo

hair style N — peinado m

hair stylist N — peluquero(-a) m / f estilista

hair transplant N — trasplante m capilar

hair trigger Ngatillo que se dispara con un ligero toque

hair-trigger

hair wash N(=act) lavado m de pelo; (=substance) champú m

* * *
[her, heə(r)]
noun
1) u (on human head) pelo m, cabello m (frml o liter)

a girl with long hair — una chica de pelo largo

to have o get one's hair cut — cortarse el pelo

to do one's hair — arreglarse el pelo, peinarse

to have one's hair done — peinarse (en la peluquería)

to lose one's hair — perder* el pelo

to get in somebody's hair — (colloq) molestar a alguien

keep your hair on! — (BrE colloq) no te sulfures! (fam)

to let one's hair down — (relax) soltarse* la melena (fam); (lit) soltarse* el pelo

to make somebody's hair stand on end — (colloq) ponerle* los pelos de punta a alguien (fam)

to tear one's hair (out) — (colloq) subirse por las paredes (fam); (before n) <gel, lacquer, oil> para el pelo

hair transplant — transplante m capilar

2) u
a) (on human body) vello m; (before n)

hair remover — depilatorio m

b) (on animal, plant) pelo m
3) c (single strand) pelo m

with not a hair out of place — impecable

not to harm a hair of somebody's head — no tocarle* un pelo a alguien

not to turn a hair — no inmutarse, quedarse como si nada or como si tal (fam)

to split hairs — buscarle* tres or cinco pies al gato; see also hair's breadth


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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