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How to say “hair” in French? “Cheveu”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “cheveu” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on hair in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Cheveu rhymes with shampoo.

7 months ago

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**Tips to remember the French word “cheveu”**

To remember that “cheveu” means “hair” in French, you might think of the English word “chapeau” which means “hat” – you wear a hat on your head, where your hair is. Since both words sound somewhat similar and are associated with the head, this association might help you remember the French word.


“Cheveu” is singular in French, and its plural form is “cheveux.” It specifically refers to a single strand of hair on a human head, as opposed to “hair” in English, which can be both singular and plural, and does not need an ‘s’ to indicate a plural amount.

**Other words that mean the same thing**

Other terms related to “cheveu” in French are:
– “Poil” which means “hair” too but is used for body hair or animal fur.
– “Tignasse” is a more familiar term for a head of very thick or unruly hair.

**Alternate meanings like slang**

“Se faire des cheveux blancs” is a French expression that means to worry a lot about something (literally to get white hairs over something).

**Examples of sentences that use it**

– “Elle a un cheveu sur la langue,” literally “She has a hair on her tongue,” which is an idiomatic expression meaning that she speaks with a lisp.
– “Il a un cheveu dans le potage,” which figuratively means “There is a fly in the ointment” or there’s a minor problem.
– “J’ai trouvΓ© un cheveu dans ma soupe,” which means “I found a hair in my soup.”
– “Il ne faut pas se prendre un cheveu.” meaning “Don’t get worked up about it,” where “prendre un cheveu” is an informal expression.

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