haircut

英 ['heəkʌt] 美 ['hɛrkʌt]
  • n. 理发;发型
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haircut (n.)
also hair-cut, 1887, "act of cutting the hair," from hair (n.) + cut (n.). As "style of wearing the hair," by 1890.
The Romans began to cut the hair about A.U.C. 454, when Ticinius Maenas introduced Barbers from Sicily. Then they began to cut, curl, and perfume it. The glass was consulted as now upon rising from the barber's chair. [Rev. Thomas Dudley Fosbroke, "Encyclopædia of Antiquities," London, 1825]
Related: Haircutter; haircutting.
1. Now politics is all about the right haircut and a sharp suit.
现在政界讲究的无非是合适的发型和时髦的衣着。

来自柯林斯例句

2. Your hair is all right; it's just that you need a haircut.
你的头发还好;不过你该理发了。

来自柯林斯例句

3. Chuck would lecture me, telling me to get a haircut.
查克就会数落我,让我去理一下发。

来自柯林斯例句

4. Who's that guy with the funny haircut?
那个发型怪怪的家伙是谁?

来自柯林斯例句

5. You need a haircut.
你该理发了。

来自《权威词典》

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