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curl·y

 (kûr′lē)
adj. curl·i·er, curl·i·est
1. Having curls.
2. Having the tendency to curl.
3. Having a wavy grain: curly maple wood.

curl′i·ly adv.
curl′i·ness n.
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curly

(ˈkɜːlɪ)
adj, curlier or curliest
1. tending to curl; curling
2. having curls
3. (Forestry) (of timber) having irregular curves or waves in the grain
4. Austral and NZ difficult to counter or answer: a curly question.
ˈcurliness n
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curl•y

(ˈkɜr li)

adj. curl•i•er, curl•i•est.
1. curling or tending to curl: curly hair.
2. having curls.
3. (of wood) having a grain with a rippled or undulating appearance: curly maple.
[1720–30]
curl′i•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.curly - (of hair) having curls or waves; "they envied her naturally curly hair"
straight - (of hair) having no waves or curls; "her naturally straight hair hung long and silky"
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curly

adjective wavy, waved, curled, curling, fuzzy, kinky, permed, corkscrew, crimped, frizzy She had curly dark hair and black eyes.
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Translations
أجْعَد، مُتَجَعِّدمُجَمَّد
kadeřavýkudrnatý
krøllet
kihara
kovrčav
liîaîur, krullaîur
巻き毛の
곱슬머리의
kodrast
lockig
หยักศก ที่เป็นลอน
xoăn

curly

[ˈkɜːlɪ] ADJ (curlier (compar) (curliest (superl))) [hair, eyelashes, lettuce] → rizado; [writing] → de trazo ondulado, lleno de florituras
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curly

[ˈkɜːrli] adj [hair] → bouclé(e); (tightly curled)frisé(e)curly-haired [ˌkɜːrliˈhɛərd] adjaux cheveux bouclés; (with tight curls)aux cheveux friséscurly lettuce nlaitue f frisée
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curly

adj (+er) hairlockig; (tighter) → kraus; tailgeringelt; lettucekraus; leafgewellt; pattern, writingverschnörkelt; she was much curlierihr Haar war viel lockiger
n (inf, = person) → Krauskopf m

curly

:
curly bracket
curly-haired
adjlockig, lockenköpfig; (tighter) → krausköpfig
curly-head
n (inf)Lockenkopf m; (tighter) → Krauskopf m
curly-headed
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curly

[ˈkɜːlɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (gen) → riccio/a, ricciuto/a; (eyelashes) → ricurvo/a
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curl

(kəːl) verb
1. to twist or turn (especially hair) into small coils or rolls. My hair curls easily.
2. (sometimes with up) to move in curves; to bend or roll. The paper curled (up) at the edges.
noun
1. a coil of hair etc.
2. the quality of being curled. My hair has very little curl in it.
ˈcurler noun
an object round which hair is rolled to make it curl, fastened in the hair.
ˈcurly adjective
curly hair.
ˈcurliness noun
curl up
to move or roll into a position or shape. The hedgehog curled (itself) up into a ball.
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curly

مُجَمَّد kudrnatý krøllet lockig κατσαρός rizado kihara frisé kovrčav riccio 巻き毛の 곱슬머리의 krullend krøllet kręcony cacheado, encaracolado курчавый lockig หยักศก ที่เป็นลอน kıvırcık xoăn 卷曲的
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