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hair·net

 (hâr′nĕt′)
n.
A mesh for holding the hair in place.

hairnet

(ˈhɛəˌnɛt)
n
(Hairdressing & Grooming) any of several kinds of light netting worn over the hair to keep it in place
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hairnet - a small net that some women wear over their hair to keep it in placehairnet - a small net that some women wear over their hair to keep it in place
meshwork, meshing, network, mesh, net - an open fabric of string or rope or wire woven together at regular intervals
Translations
haarnetje

hairnet

[ˈhɛənet] Nredecilla f

hairnet

hair net [ˈhɛərnɛt] nrésille fhair oil nhuile f capillaire

hairnet

[ˈhɛəˌnɛt] nretina (per capelli)
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But Jonathan bravely donned chef's whites and a hairnet before grabbing a knife and plunging it into the lobster.
Jason said: "Yvon said she wanted to put me out and my misery and she said: 'You've cut your last cabbage and worn your last hairnet because you're going to Emmerdale'.
Jason said: "Yvon said she wanted to put me out of my misery and she said 'You've cut your last cabbage and worn your last hairnet because you're going to Emmerdale'.
The girls' bold front would have shocked Street original Ena Sharples, who never even took off her hairnet.
But her hissy fit backfired as the promo girl, wearing a smock, hairnet and rubber gloves, flung her bucket away wildly and managed to hit herself full in the face.
Hairnet in place, Jackie wakes to face world; Beauty battle commences with the mascara; Next it's time for the eyelash curlers; A bit of lip-service to complete the effect; Perhaps the bronzer is a shade overdone?
The bridal gown was kept under wraps by actress Julia Howarth (Claire) in a blue fleece, pink bath robe and hairnet.
A friend told me about Hairnet Computer Centre and I decided to get in touch.
I washed my hair before the broadcast but I'd forgotten my mousse and hairspray, so it was a good job I was covered by a very large hairnet.
A HAIRNET worn by Coronation Street legend Ena Sharples was snapped up for pounds 60 at auction yesterday - by an Italian who flew to Britain to buy it.
The hairnet makes a return to fashion, teamed with a green PVC coat for Red Or Dead, above left, while designer Arkadius gets heads spinning with his topsy-turvy dress and conical hat, top and below left.
Backcomb the ponytail to give volume before piling it into an invisible hairnet, folding the hair to form a bun shape.