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What does "peinados de noche" mean?

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The Spanish phrase "peinados de noche" mean "hairdos for night" or "nighttime hairstyles" in English. The term refers to hairdos styled for a night out, which are usually more elegant than a daytime hairstyle.

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The Spanish word "peinado" means "hairstyle" and is from the verb "peinar," meaning "to comb or brush." It is related to the French word "peigner," which means "to comb." A related word in English is "peignoir," for a women's gown worn at night, often as she combs her hair. The Spanish word "noche" means "night." An internet search for "peinados de noche" yields many images of suggested hairstyles.

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