verb (used with object), marcelled, marcelling.
to wave (the hair) by means of special irons, producing the effect of regular, continuous waves (marcel waves)
a marcelled condition.
[mahr-sel; French mar-sel] /mɑrˈsɛl; French marˈsɛl/
[ga-bree-el] /ga briˈɛl/ (Show IPA), 1887–1973, French philosopher, dramatist, and critic.
a male given name.
Also called marcel wave. a hairstyle characterized by repeated regular waves, popular in the 1920s
verb -cels, -celling, -celled
(transitive) to make such waves in (the hair) with special hot irons
Gabriel (Honoré) (ɡabriɛl). 1889–1973, French Christian existentialist philosopher and dramatist, whose philosophical works include Being and Having (1949) and The Mystery of Being (1951)
[mahr-git, -geyt] /ˈmɑr gɪt, -geɪt/ noun 1. a red-mouthed grunt, Haemulon album, inhabiting Atlantic waters from Florida to Brazil, valued as a food fish. [mahr-git, -geyt for 1; mahr-geyt for 2] /ˈmɑr gɪt, -geɪt for 1; ˈmɑr geɪt for 2/ noun 1. a city in NE Kent, in SE England: seaside resort. 2. a city […]
/French marɡo/ noun 1. a red wine produced in the region around the village of Margaux near Bordeaux
[mahr-gey] /ˈmɑr geɪ/ noun 1. a small tiger cat, Felis tigrina, of tropical America: now rare. /ˈmɑːˌɡeɪ/ noun 1. a feline mammal, Felis wiedi, of Central and South America, having a dark-striped coat
[mahrj] /mɑrdʒ/ noun, Archaic. 1. margin; edge. [mahrj] /mɑrdʒ/ noun, Chiefly British Informal. 1. . [mahrj] /mɑrdʒ/ noun 1. a female given name, form of . /mɑːdʒ/ noun 1. (Brit, informal) short for margarine /mɑːdʒ/ noun 1. (archaic) a margin n. “edge, border,” 1560s, now chiefly poetic, shortening of margin (n.). noun