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Ha ha int. Representing laughter (iron. When spoken). [old english]Hail2 �v. 1 signal to (a taxi etc.) To stop. 2 greet enthusiastically. 3 acclaim (hailed him king). 4 (foll. By from) originate or come (hails from leeds). �int. Archaic or joc. Expressing greeting. �n. Act of hailing. [old norse heill: related to *wassail] ترجمه انگلیسی Hair n. 1 a any of the fine threadlike strands growing from the skin of mammals, esp. From the human head. B these collectively (has long hair). 2 thing resembling a hair. 3 elongated cell growing from a plant. 4 very small quantity or extent (also attrib.: hair crack).  get in a person's hair colloq. Annoy a person. Keep one's hair on colloq. Keep calm; not get angry. Let one's hair down colloq. Enjoy oneself by abandoning restraint. Make one's hair stand on end colloq. Horrify one. Not turn a hair remain unmoved or unaffected.  hairless adj. [old english]German measles n.pl. Disease like mild measles; rubella.Hairdresser n. 1 person who cuts and styles the hair, esp. For a living. 2 hairdresser's shop.  hairdressing n.Germinal adj. 1 of germs. 2 in the earliest stage of development. 3 productive of new ideas.  germinally adv. [related to *germ]Germander n. Plant of the mint family. [greek, = ground-oak]Hail2 �v. 1 signal to (a taxi etc.) To stop. 2 greet enthusiastically. 3 acclaim (hailed him king). 4 (foll. By from) originate or come (hails from leeds). �int. Archaic or joc. Expressing greeting. �n. Act of hailing. [old norse heill: related to *wassail]German measles n.pl. Disease like mild measles; rubella.Hairdresser n. 1 person who cuts and styles the hair, esp. For a living. 2 hairdresser's shop.  hairdressing n.




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