manicured


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man·i·cure

 (măn′ĭ-kyo͝or′)
n.
A cosmetic treatment of the fingernails, including shaping and polishing.
tr.v. man·i·cured, man·i·cur·ing, man·i·cures
1. To trim, clean, and polish (the fingernails).
2. To clip or trim evenly and closely: manicure a hedge.

[French : Latin manus, hand; see man- in Indo-European roots + Latin cūra, care; see cure.]

manicured

(ˈmænɪkjʊəd)
adj
(of hands and fingernails) cared for by shaping the nails, removing cuticles, etcneatly trimmed; well cared for
Translations

manicured

[ˈmænɪkjʊəd] ADJ
1. [nails, hands] → muy cuidado
2. [lawn, garden] → muy cuidado

manicured

[ˈmænɪkjʊərd] adj [lawn, garden, park] → impeccablement soigné(e), impeccablemanicure set ntrousse f de manucure

manicured

adj nails, handsmanikürt; lawn, gardengepflegt; his well-manicured handsseine gepflegten Hände, seine sorgfältig manikürten Hände
References in classic literature ?
It is possible, too, that, being there, you decided that you might as well go the whole hog and be manicured at the same time.
Hand-reared and manicured, every blessed tree," Daylight laughed, but the joy and satisfaction that shone in his eyes contented the little man.
Noosed in the customary way, his four legs dragged through the bars, and his head, by means of a "choke" collar, drawn against the bars, he was first of all manicured.
London, January 19 ( ANI ): Thanks to an American entrepreneur, the iPhone manicure is on its way that will prevent freshly manicured nails from chipping caused by tapping away on your smartphone.
com) that includes all you need to achieve a classic, manicured look.
You are continually gesticulating, whether with hand gestures or if you shake someone's hand, manicured nails give a good impression.