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or crew cut  (kro͞o′kŭt′)
A closely cropped haircut.

[So called because it was worn by rowers.]
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قَصّة شَعْر قَصيرَة جِداً
krátký střih
vlasy na ježka
alabros tıraş


(kruː) noun
1. the group of people who work or operate a ship, aeroplane, bus etc.
2. used jokingly, a group of people. What an odd crew!
(usually with for) to act as a crew member (for someone).
ˈcrewcut noun
a very short hairstyle.
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