Definition of hairdryer in English:

hairdryer

(also hairdrier)

noun

  • An electrical device for drying a person's hair by blowing warm air over it.

    • ‘All 446 rooms have balconies or terraces, hot tubs, bathrobes, hairdryers, vanity mirrors, data ports, mini-bars, irons, coffeemakers, and cable TV.’
    • ‘But as we went south it got hotter and hotter to the point where we had to keep the car windows closed, otherwise it was like having a hot hairdryer blowing into your face.’
    • ‘It turned out that this exhibit in the museum of hairdressing was the hairdryer.’
    • ‘You can also use a hairdryer with a diffuser attachment to blow-dry your hair.’
    • ‘Scattered around in interlinked systems are kettles, irons, a hot plate, mixers, electric fans, hairdryers and other household appliances.’
    • ‘Other sounds babies like include hairdryers, vacuum cleaners and washing machines - it's thought that the rhythmic quality of such noises is what's appealing.’
    • ‘Dry your hair with a hairdryer using a big round hair-brush, being certain that you direct the tip of the dryer down parallel to your hair.’
    • ‘The chips will be attached to pallets containing higher value electrical items like hairdryers.’
    • ‘In addition to this there is always room for extra shelves in the hot press and wardrobes to keep smaller items such as irons, hairdryers, electric shavers.’
    • ‘For example, all bathrooms include a high-pressure shower system and an electric hairdryer for the convenience of guests.’
    • ‘I turned off the hairdryer and sprayed some hairspray in it lightly, running my fingers through it to give the waves a cute, messy look.’
    • ‘And I did what I hadn't done in a very long time: I dried my hair with a hairdryer.’
    • ‘Finally, use a large round brush and a strong hairdryer equipped with a thin attachable nozzle.’
    • ‘I plugged the hairdryer into the outlet and started drying his hair.’
    • ‘In the last century, we have been exposed to alternating electromagnetic fields generated by modern electrical appliances, such as TVs, microwaves and hairdryers.’
    • ‘I figured he used a hairdryer, but the thought of Simon using a hairdryer cracked me up.’
    • ‘He blew it with a hairdryer, and after about ten minutes, the kite was a hundred percent dry.’
    • ‘It will help to relax the hair while protecting it from the heat of the hairdryer.’
    • ‘But it was known that appliances such as shavers, hairdryers and vacuum cleaners could produce strong alternating magnetic fields - as could electric trams and trains.’
    • ‘But while we concentrate on our bodies, the summer sun and salt water, combined with frequent use of hairdryers and ceramic straighteners, are doing untold damage to our hair.’

Pronunciation

hairdryer

/ˈhɛːdrʌɪə/