Tú te peinas todos los días. You comb your hair every day. How come we do not use the word pelo in spanish for this instance?

Tú te peinas todos los días. You comb your hair every day. How come we do not use the word pelo in spanish for this instance?

Asked 7 months ago

The word hair is missing while making the translation? No se?

InmaKwiziq language super star

Hola Joseph

Verb "peinarse" in Spanish means "to comb your hair"; the word "pelo" is implicit in the meaning of the verb.

Un saludo

Inma

Tú te peinas todos los días. You comb your hair every day. How come we do not use the word pelo in spanish for this instance?

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