"haircut" translation into Spanish

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"haircut" in Spanish

EN haircut
volume_up
{noun}

haircut (also: hairstyle)
he's unrecognizable with that haircut
está irreconocible con ese corte de pelo
everybody's raving about my new haircut
a todos les ha encantado mi nuevo corte de pelo
le cobraron 15 dólares por el corte de pelo
You know it's in there somewhere: that photo of you with the bad haircut that you want to erase forever.
Sabe que está en algún lugar: esa foto con un corte de cabello feo que desea borrar para siempre.
Perhaps I do not recognise you because you have a new haircut.
Es posible que no le reconozca porque luce un nuevo peinado.
haircut (also: cut, hack, severance, outage)
he's unrecognizable with that haircut
está irreconocible con ese corte de pelo
le cobraron 15 dólares por el corte de pelo
You know it's in there somewhere: that photo of you with the bad haircut that you want to erase forever.
Sabe que está en algún lugar: esa foto con un corte de cabello feo que desea borrar para siempre.
haircut
volume_up
pelado {m} [Spa.] [coll.] (corte de pelo)

Context sentences for "haircut" in Spanish

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EnglishWe need to be realistic: we need a debt haircut, at least in Greece and probably also in Portugal.
Debemos ser realistas: necesitamos un recorte de la deuda, al menos en Grecia y probablemente también en Portugal.
EnglishI don't need a haircut — yes, you do!
no necesito cortarme el pelo — ¡cómo que no!
Englishyou badly need a haircut
EnglishHowever, unless the front cannot be widened, the EU efforts will be like taking a few drops out of the ocean or having a haircut to lose weight.
No obstante, si no se amplia el frente, los esfuerzos de la UE serán como sacar unas gotas de agua del océano o cortarse el pelo para perder peso.
EnglishIn parallel, we will introduce, as of January 2011, a graded haircut schedule, which will continue to adequately protect the Eurosystem.
Paralelamente, introduciremos, a partir de enero de 2011, un plan de recorte gradual en la valoración, que seguirá protegiendo adecuadamente al Eurosistema.