In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(hair) (con rizos muy apretados) rizar
- According to President Watson, rumor has it that Denver was chosen because ‘the weather did not frizz one's hair.’
- She had frizzed black hair and wore a severe navy blue blazer and skirt.
- It was like he had dumped water on himself and frizzed his hair around.
- Hairdressers for a long time have been trying to perfect curling hair without damaging or frizzing the ends.
- She had gray frizzed hair tied back in a loose bun and she was wearing a long, black dress.
- The day is hot, humid, and overcast - the kind of day that frizzes hair and dampens spirits.
- She pulled the comforter off of her head, frizzing her mousy brown hair.
- Priya was a mad scientist; she wore a white lab coat with her hair frizzed out to the ends.
- Around the same time, French women frizzed their hair with heat and then sculpted it to towering heights.
- His brown, wavy hair was frizzed from tossing in his sleep and he was breathing heavily.
- My hair was frizzed and my natural curls had returned.
- My hair was limp, stringy, greasy, and frizzed from all the dyeing I did to it.
- A fringe of frizzed hair conceals a narrow band.
- Her wine red hair was frizzed, and her jaw was clenched.
- That summer the Puerto Rican girls had straightened their hair like Mariah Carey but the white girls were still frizzing their hair out with big perms.
- Her long, scarlet hair hung loose from the French braids, and was frizzed from the night's sleep.
- His hair was all frizzed up and he wore a happy smile.
- My hair will still be wet when she comes; I won't have time to frizz it up.
- Her hair was frizzed and disheveled from a night of worry and sorrow.
- It was too much work to frizz it up, so I was just going to stuff it under a baseball cap again.
1encresparseponerse chino Mexicoponerse como mota Southern Cone
1rizos muy apretados masculine
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