Definition of pedicure
1 : a person who provides care for the feet, toes, and nails
2a : care of the feet, toes, and nailsb : a single treatment of these parts
pedicuristplay \ˈpe-di-ˌkyu̇r-ist\ noun
Examples of pedicure in a Sentence
She's getting a pedicure tomorrow.
Recent Examples of pedicure from the Web
Spa Day participants will enjoy lunch, facials, massages and pedicures.
A nose job for under $1,000 and a $7 manicure-pedicure help Vietnam rank as the most affordable international destination for beauty products and services.
We’re treated to a tense beach scene (Debra is dressed as a lady of the evening circa 1872) before everyone (including Simon, sans David) goes out to discuss important issues over, what else, pedicures!
The ped root shows up in, obviously, such words as pedestrian and pedicure.
Gioseffi said Hammer & Nails offers men the opportunity to get manicures, pedicures and other services at a salon aimed at them and not women.
The OMYLA girls will get make-overs from Mary Kay and pedicures from a local salon.
A 50-minute MANicure is $50 and a 50-minute pedicure is $65.
And for those shoeless yachts, get a pedicure for goodness’ sake.
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Origin and Etymology of pedicure
French pédicure, from Latin ped-, pes foot + curare to take care, from cura care
First Known Use: 1784See Words from the same year
PEDICURE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pedicure for English Language Learners
: a treatment to improve the appearance and health of the feet or toenails
PEDICURE Defined for Kids
Definition of pedicure for Students
: a treatment of the feet, toes, and toenails for beauty or comfort
Medical Definition of pedicure
1: a person who provides care for the feet, toes, and nails
2a: care of the feet, toes, and nailsb: a single treatment of the feet, toes, or nails
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