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American a place where men go to get their hair cut. The British word is barber’s.
to put someone’s hair into braids. The usual British word is plait.
to arrange hair in a style consisting of many rows of small tight braids close to the head. These rows are called cornrows.
American a line on your head that you make by brushing or combing your hair in two different directions. The British word is parting.
to make a line on your head by brushing or combing your hair in two different directions
a place where you can have your hair cut and styled
to dry your hair with an electric dryer while squeezing parts of it with your hand to make it thick and curly
American to make your hair look thicker by holding the end of it and moving a comb down through it toward your head
to arrange your hair/paint your fingernails etc.
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employmentBuzzWord Article
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