wet look

wet look
`wet ,look noun singular
the appearance of being wet:
This season's wet look is great for short hair.
╾ `wet-,look adjective

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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  • wet-look — wetˈ look adjective 1. Made of a glossy material, usu PVC, which gives the appearance of being wet 2. (of hair) with the appearance of being wet from the application of a certain type of gel • • • Main Entry: ↑wet * * * wet look adjective… …   Useful english dictionary

  • wet-look — adj [only before noun] wet look clothes have a shiny surface so that they look as if they are wet …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • wet look — noun 1. : a glossy surface on fabrics that is usually produced by coating with urethane 2. : the glossy appearance of hair that is treated usually with a gel * * * wet look UK US noun [singular] the appearance of being wet This season’s wet look… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Wet-Look — Haargel mit dem Wet Look Haargel ist ein Frisurenfestiger in Gel Form auf Wasser bzw. Wasser /Alkohol Basis, der verwendet wird, um die Frisur zu gestalten (Styling). Die Hauptkomponente sind filmbildende Polymere, die sich um die Haare legen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • wet look — UK / US noun [singular] the appearance of being wet This season s wet look is great for short hair. Derived word: wet look adjective …   English dictionary

  • wet-look — adjective (only before noun) wet look clothes have a shiny surface so that they look as if they are wet …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • wet-look — See: wet look …   English dictionary

  • wet look — /ˈwɛt lʊk/ (say wet look) adjective of or relating to the shiny finish given to some materials, especially leather or PVC, or the articles made from such a material …  

  • wet look — appearance of the body or hair when wet …   English contemporary dictionary

  • wet look — noun a shiny appearance possessed by a clothing fabric or achieved by applying gel to the hair …   English new terms dictionary

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