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shave in Hair & beauty topic

shaveshave2 noun [countable usually singular]  1 DCBCUTif a man has a shave, he cuts off the hair on his face close to his skin using a razor He looked as if he needed a shave.have a shave British English I’ll just have a shave before we go.2 a close shave
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shaveAfter a shave, he felt fresh, newly born.First day home he would get a haircut and a shave.He badly needed a shower and a shave.He had no intention of drinking the stuff, but it might do for a shave.At least he'd had a shave.I went down to the washroom to get a drink of water, and to have a shave.He seemed pale and in need of a closer shave.His long hair stopped neatly at the level where it curved most attractively, but his shave was indifferent.He went upstairs and had a quick shave.have a shaveThe old Polly, the young Polly, would on principle never have shaved her legs.But he's been told he should have shaved if he'd wanted the job.I went down to the washroom to get a drink of water, and to have a shave.Now that the bucket was free, I got some water boiled and began to have a shave.At half past seven I put some water on to have a shave.