Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Haircut"

The meaning of "Haircut" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does spontaneous haircut mean?
A: Spontaneous means “surprising” or “random”
So spontaneous haircut means random or surprising haircut
Q: What does haircut mean?
A: it means that some or all of your hair is cut off
Q: What does To get a shave and haircut in the nearest clip joint. what is the clip joint? mean?
A: is it different in some way from a barber shop? is it a synonym or maybe it has some different shade?
Q: What does haircut mean?
A: cutting your hair
Q: What does I'm working on in getting that haircut again mean?
A: I'm working on getting that haircut again. その髪型をとりに行ってみる。
I'm trying to go get that haircut.
最近髪型が欲しいですが、全然機械がなくて、まだ行けませんでした。

Example sentences using "Haircut"

Q: Please show me example sentences with haircut.
A: Today i'm going to get a haircut.

His haircut was awful!

Synonyms of "Haircut" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between your haircut isn't as bad as you think and your haircut isn't as bad as you think it is ?
A: They're both the same, just different way of phrasing the sentence
Q: What is the difference between haircut and hairdo ?
A: This is a good question, because sometimes they can be very similar. I like the explanation given in this link.

http://www.learnersdictionary.com/qa/haircut-and-hairdo

Without clicking the link, hairdo and haircut can sometimes mean the way a person has their hair styled.

Other times, haircut means to have your hair cut and shortened, like I got a haircut today.
Q: What is the difference between A) Can you recognize her new haircut? and B) Can you notice her new haircut? ?
A: recognize also does not make sense.

Recognize means to identify something or someone based on having previous experience with that thing or person
Ex: I recognize her haircut, it's the same haircut that her friends have.

"Can you notice her haircut" is incorrect.

It is "did you notice her haircut"

When you use the word "can" you are basically asking "are you physically able to do something"

Can you put the book on the table?
Can you run? (Are you psychically able)

"Did" is a transitive verb and it means to perform or execute. So you're asking "did" you see the haircut. Basically did they "perform/execute" seeing the haircut.

Did you put the book on the table?
Did you run?

Hope this makes sense
Q: What is the difference between I am going to have a haircut. and I'm due for a haircut. ?
A: Usually, these would sound unusual.

"I am going to have my (instead of "a") hair cut." this means you decided to have your hair cut.

"I'm due for a haircut" isn't really a phrase you hear often, unless you have an appointment with your barbers or you've been told to cut your hair. However, it's gramatically right.
Q: What is the difference between Did you get a haircut and Did you cut hair ?
A: To be honest did you get a hair cut means the same thing as did you Cut your hair? But did you Cut your hair is more polite.

Translations of "Haircut"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i got my haircut yesterday
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? " do you like my new haircut"? " do you like my new hair style"? Which sounds natural? why?
A: I'd say haircut. No clear reason.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? you really should get a haircut
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? haircut
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Haircut"

Q: What haircut is this?
A: A long bob
Q: 1☆ Nice haircut! It suits you. Thank you for your photo !

2☆ You got a hair cut! Looks good on you!

does this sound natural?
A: 2 is perfect. 1 is also fine, but I'd say it more casually.

"Nice haircut! It suits you. Thanks for sending me the photo!" if they messaged or mailed the photo.

"Thanks for showing me the photo!" if he/ she showed you, but did not give you the picture.
Q: I got my haircut into bob today! does this sound natural?
A: "I got my hair cut into a bob today!"
"Haircut" is a noun but here you need a verb. To do that, you separate the words ("haircut" --> "hair cut").
Q: He's got a haircut, and looks neat and tidy. does this sound natural?
A: If you put "and looks neat and tidy," then the dog looks neat and tidy.
If you put "and it looks neat and tidy," then the haircut looks neat and tidy.

Same thing, slightly different nuance.... ^_^
Q: He's got a haircut and looks neat and tidy. does this sound natural?
A: He got a haircut and it looks neat and tidy.

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