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hair·y

 (hâr′ē)
adj. hair·i·er, hair·i·est
1. Covered with hair or hairlike projections: a hairy caterpillar.
2. Consisting of or resembling hair: wore a hairy sweater.
3. Slang Fraught with difficulties; hazardous: a hairy escape; hairy problems.

hair′i·ness n.
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hairy

(ˈhɛərɪ)
adj, hairier or hairiest
1. (Zoology) having or covered with hair
2. slang
a. difficult or problematic
b. scaring, dangerous, or exciting
ˈhairiness n
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hair•y

(ˈhɛər i)

adj. hair•i•er, hair•i•est.
1. covered with hair.
2. consisting of or resembling hair: moss of a hairy texture.
3. Slang. difficult, frightening, or risky.
[1250–1300]
hair′i•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.hairy - having or covered with hair; "Jacob was a hairy man"; "a hairy caterpillar"
hairless - having no hair or fur; "a Mexican Hairless is about the size of a fox terrier and hairless except for a tufts on the head and tail"
2.hairy - hazardous and frightening; "hairy moments in the mountains"
alarming - frightening because of an awareness of danger
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hairy

adjective
1. shaggy, woolly, furry, stubbly, bushy, bearded, unshaven, hirsute, fleecy, bewhiskered, pileous (Biology), pilose (Biology) I don't mind having a hairy chest, but the stuff on my back is really thick.
2. (Slang) dangerous, scary, risky, unpredictable, hazardous, perilous His driving was a bit hairy.
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hairy

adjective
1. Covered with hair:
2. Slang. Involving possible risk, loss, or injury:
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Translations
أَشْعَركثير الشَّعْر
chlupatývlasatý
behåretlodden
karvainen
dlakav
szőrös
hárugur, loîinn
毛深い
털이 많은
vlasatý
kosmat
hårig
เต็มไปด้วยขน
kıllısaçlıtüylü
rậm lông

hairy

[ˈhɛərɪ] ADJ (hairier (compar) (hairiest (superl)))
1. [chest, legs, arms] → peludo, velludo; (= long-haired) → melenudo
he's got hairy legstiene las piernas peludas or velludas, tiene mucho pelo or vello en las piernas
a hairy spideruna araña peluda
2. (= frightening) [experience] → horripilante, espeluznante
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hairy

[ˈhɛəri] adj
[legs, chest, body, person] → poilu(e)
He's got hairy legs → Il a les jambes poilues.
(fig) (= frightening) → effrayant(e)
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hairy

adj (+er)
person, body, plant, spiderbehaart; leg, arm, chest, armpitshaarig, behaart; animal, coathaarig; she has very hairy armpitssie hat viele Achselhaare
(inf: = scary, risky) → haarig (inf); situationbrenzlig (inf); adventureriskant; drivingrasant (inf)
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hairy

[ˈhɛərɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl)))
a.peloso/a, irsuto/a
b. (fam) (frightening) → da far rizzare i capelli
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hair

(heə) noun
1. one of the mass of thread-like objects that grow from the skin. He brushed the dog's hairs off his jacket.
2. the mass of these, especially on a person's head. He's got brown hair.
-haired
having (a certain kind of) hair. a fair-haired girl.
ˈhairy adjective
covered in hair or having a lot of hair. a hairy chest.
ˈhairiness noun
ˈhair('s)-breadth noun
a very small distance. That knife missed me by a hair's-breadth.
ˈhairbrush noun
a brush for arranging and smoothing the hair.
ˈhaircut noun
the act or style of cutting a person's hair. Go and get a haircut.
ˈhair-doplurals ˈhair-dos, ~ˈhair-do's noun
a hairstyle. I like her new hair-do.
ˈhairdresser noun
a person who cuts, washes, styles etc a person's hair.
ˈhairdressing noun
ˈhair-drier noun
an electrical apparatus for drying hair by blowing hot air over it.
ˈhairline noun
the line along the forehead where the hair begins to grow.
ˈhair-oil noun
a scented, oily lotion for smoothing down the hair.
ˈhairpin noun
a bent wire for keeping a woman's hair in place.
adjective
(of a bend in a road) sharp and U-shaped, especially on a mountain or a hill.
ˈhair-raising adjective
terrifying. hair-raising stories.
ˈhairstyle noun
the result of cutting, styling etc a person's hair. a simple hairstyle.
keep one's hair on
to remain calm and not become angry.
let one's hair down
to behave in a free and relaxed manner.
make (someone's) hair stand on end
to terrify (a person).
(not to) turn a hair
to remain calm. He put his finger in the flame without turning a hair.
split hairs
to worry about unimportant details.
tear one's hair
to show great irritation or despair.
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hairy

أَشْعَر chlupatý behåret behaart μαλλιαρός peludo karvainen poilu dlakav peloso 毛深い 털이 많은 harig hårete owłosiony peludo волосатый hårig เต็มไปด้วยขน kıllı rậm lông 多毛的
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hair·y

a. peludo-a, velludo-a;
___ tonguelengua velluda, lengua infectada de hongos parásitos.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

hairy

adj peludo
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