Traducción de cowlick en Español:


remolino, n.

Pronunciación /ˈkaʊˌlɪk//ˈkaʊlɪk/



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    remolino masculino
    • He had light hair with a slight cowlick in the front.
    • A top-notch stylist examines your scalp, your cowlicks and the texture of your hair.
    • He looked extremely fatigued; there were bags under his eyes and his hair had several unnatural cowlicks in it.
    • His hair still stuck out like he had a dozen cowlicks.
    • Use the clippies to add lift at the hairline or to trick a cowlick into submission.
    • But gradually the door creaked open, though all I could see was a cowlick and the crown of what I thought was a juvenile's head.
    • The barber will just cut it short like I ask and try to work around my cowlicks.
    • Trap the cowlick between them, pull it into position and blow-dry.
    • The boy-leader looked younger again, with the cowlick and the grin that he tried to fight down.
    • He looked up to her face and brushed a stray cowlick at the top of her head back into the river of brown hair.
    • She smiled up at him, smoothing down the unruly cowlick that rested atop his mop of rakishly tousled brunette hair.
    • His forehead furrowed lightly under the shadow of the strawberry-blonde cowlicks that adorned his hairline.
    • Zeke leaned over, his white-gloved hands splayed on the counter, and his shaggy, ruffled black hair forming a cowlick.
    • Monica brings to mind those old-time sports heroes that kids with cowlicks once looked up to.
    • Wisps of white, thinning hair stood up around the electronic appendage in an adorable old guy cowlick.
    • He adjusted his tie and slicked back his cowlick, ready for the prowl.
    • Ben smiled and smoothed back down his cowlicks.
    • His brown hair was parted exactly in the middle, and the two cowlicks touched his eyebrows.
    • He finished applying the gel to his hair, although he couldn't get rid of that annoying cowlick in the back, and left the bathroom.
    • His hair was brown, and a cowlick stood out from the crown of his head.