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a. Cosmetic care of the feet and toenails.
b. A cosmetic treatment of the feet and toenails.
2. A podiatrist.
[French pédicure : Latin pēs, ped-, foot; see pedi- + Latin cūra, care; see cure.]
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(Medicine) professional treatment of the feet, either by a medical expert or a cosmetician
[C19: via French from Latin pēs foot + curāre to care for]
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1. professional care of the feet, as removal of corns and trimming of toenails.
2. a single treatment of the feet.
3. a podiatrist.
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care of the feet, either in a cosmetic or medical sense. — pedicurist, n.See also: Feet and Legs
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|Noun||1.||pedicure - professional care for the feet and toenails|
beauty treatment - enhancement of someone's personal beauty
|Verb||1.||pedicure - care for one's feet by cutting and shaping the nails, etc.|
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pedicure[ˈpedɪkjʊəʳ] N → pedicura f
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n → Pediküre f
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pedicure[ˈpɛdɪˌkjʊəʳ] n → pedicure m/f inv
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