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hair */*/*/
UK [heə(r)] / US [her] noun
Word forms "hair":
singular hair plural hairs
[uncountable] the mass of thin fibres that grows on your head

long black hair

a girl with dark shoulder-length hair

He wore his hair in a ponytail.

You need to brush your hair before you go out.

a) [uncountable] hair that grows on other parts of the body

facial/body hair

b) [uncountable] the hair that grows from an animal's skin
c) [countable] a single piece of hair

a few grey hairs


Collocations:
Adjectives frequently used with hair
▪  curly, fine, kinky, long, short, straight, thick, wavy

get/keep out of someone's hair — to keep away from someone in order to avoid trouble or to avoid annoying them

the hair of the dog (that bit you)humorous an alcoholic drink that makes you feel better when you drank too much alcohol the night before

not harm/touch a hair on someone's head — to not harm someone in any way

tear/pull your hair outinformal to feel very worried or very annoyed about something because you do not know what to do about it

See:

English dictionary. 2014.

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