hair-dryer


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hair-dryer

[ˈhɛəˌdraɪəʳ] nasciugacapelli m inv, föhn m inv
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If your hair-dryer isn't cleaned regularly, dust and lint build up in the vent and cause it to become less efficient.
But he has launched into his own version of the Ferguson hair-dryer treatment.
Travelers need not bring a hair-dryer, as new ones have been installed in the bathrooms.
It only does 5mph, it isn't street-legal and the engine is the size of a hair-dryer. Birds Eye have been blown away by interest in the car, and I reckon that if you had 10,000 of the things you'd sell every single one.
That food mixer, CD-player or hair-dryer Christmas present has been unwrapped and is ready for installation.
"The hair-dryer game has always been a wattage race," noted Wayne Dickson, vice president of marketing at Helen of Troy.
Firstly, was the speed camera or cop with the hair-dryer visible from 100 metres?
The fire is thought to have been caused by a hair-dryer being left on.
Which is why we've all thought we've been captured on a hair-dryer but heard nothing more.
I can't stress enough how harsh hair-dryers, tongs and straighteners can be on hair.
HAIR-DRYERS. Since the Berlin Wall came down, fewer than three per cent of heterosexual men own hair-dryers.