verb (used with object), shampooed, shampooing.
to wash (the head or hair), especially with a cleaning preparation that does not leave a soap film.
to clean (rugs, upholstery, or the like) with a special preparation.
Archaic. to massage.
the act of shampooing.
a preparation used for shampooing, especially one that does not leave a soap film.
a liquid or cream preparation of soap or detergent to wash the hair
a similar preparation for washing carpets, etc
the process of shampooing
verb -poos, -pooing, -pooed
(transitive) to wash (the hair, etc) with such a preparation
noun 1. any of several trifoliate plants, as the wood sorrel, Oxalis acetosella, or a small, pink-flowered clover, Trifolium repens minus, but especially Trifolium procumbens, a small, yellow-flowered clover: the national emblem of Ireland. noun 1. a plant having leaves divided into three leaflets, variously identified as the wood sorrel, red clover, white clover, and […]
[sham-rok-pee] /ˈʃæm rɒkˌpi/ noun 1. a trailing plant, Parochetus communis, of the legume family, native to Asia and east Africa, having shamrocklike leaves with a brown crescent at the base and pea-shaped, pink and blue flowers.
noun 1. a curved Persian saber having one edge on the convex side.
- Shams ud-din mohammed
noun 1. (Shams ud-din Mohammed) c1320–89? Persian poet. noun (Islam) 1. a title for a person who knows the Koran by heart noun 1. Shams al-Din Muhammad (ˌshæmz ælˌdɪn məʊˈhæmɪd). ?1326–90, Persian lyric poet, best known for his many short poems about love and wine, often treated as religious symbols