In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1pelo cortado al rape masculineto have a crew cut — llevar el pelo cortado al rape
- to get a crew cut — cortarse el pelo al rape
- He has been getting crew cuts since the eighth grade because of their simplicity.
- Lori did the same with the younger looking one with the short crew cut.
- The man is described as white, in his 30s, with short dark brown hair like a crew cut growing out, tanned and clean shaven.
- Now that he has replaced the ponytail with the crew cut he even looks the part.
- The boy was described as having short, dark hair in a crew cut, and wearing trainers and shorts.
- He now sports a crew cut, after years of maintaining a floppy, hippie-style coiffure.
- ‘There are a few here… five or six, ‘he says, nodding toward a group of thirty-something clean-shaven men with crew cuts and baseball caps.’
- What's wrong with crew cuts and white shirts and neck ties?
- One was Asian, with a crew cut hairstyle and a goatee beard.
- Witnesses had described the suspect as being in his late teens or early 20s, with a crew cut, or short, dark hair.
- He was a man mountain, with a crew cut and enormous hands with chubby fingers.
- She liked boys with crew cuts and clean shaven faces, most often athletic boys who were captains of the teams.
- The man's bulldog face, coupled with his short crew cut, gave an unusually menacing look to him.
- Two Americans with crew cuts and flak jackets with grenades, flares and ammunition clips are the escorts through the mansion's grounds.
- His hair cut short in a crew cut and dressed with a bow tie and suspenders, he looked more like an accountant or professor.
- A few strands of black hair hung in the man's eyes; his haircut looked like a crew cut not taken care of.
- ‘All 500 in the theater had crew cuts,’ she said in an interview, still chuckling at the memory.
- She gave us haircuts; it was pretty close to a crew cut.
- They had crew cuts and wore nothing but camouflage.
- He had dark blonde hair which was often in a short crew cut like my brother's.
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