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red·head·ed

or red-head·ed  (rĕd′hĕd′ĭd)
adj.
1. Having red hair.
2. Having a red head: a redheaded bird.
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red-headed

adj
1. (of a person) having red hair
2. (Zoology) (of an animal) having a red head
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red′-head`ed



adj.
having red hair or a red head.
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Translations

red-headed

[ˈredˈhedɪd] ADJpelirrojo
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It was dated from next door, and was handed in by the red-headed page after breakfast.