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Is there any difference between “hair” and “hairs” when you wanna say it in the plural.
Her hair = her hairs?
She has dimples = she has dimple (but I mean 2 dimples)?

Or it depends on countable/uncountable noun?

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Is there any difference between “hair” and “hairs” when you wanna say it in the plural.
Her hair = her hairs? 
She has dimples = she has dimple (but I mean 2 dimples)?

Or it depends on countable/uncountable noun?
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