pedicure

noun ped·i·cure \ ˈpe-di-ˌkyu̇r \
Updated on: 17 Nov 2017

Definition of pedicure

1 : a person who provides care for the feet, toes, and nails
2 a : care of the feet, toes, and nails
b : a single treatment of these parts

pedicurist

play \ˈpe-di-ˌkyu̇r-ist\ noun

Examples of pedicure in a Sentence

  1. She's getting a pedicure tomorrow.

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Origin and Etymology of pedicure

French pédicure, from Latin ped-, pes foot + curare to take care, from cura care


PEDICURE Defined for English Language Learners

pedicure

noun

Definition of pedicure for English Language Learners

  • : a treatment to improve the appearance and health of the feet or toenails


PEDICURE Defined for Kids

pedicure

noun ped·i·cure \ ˈpe-di-ˌkyu̇r \

Definition of pedicure for Students

: a treatment of the feet, toes, and toenails for beauty or comfort

Medical Dictionary

pedicure

noun ped·i·cure \ ˈped-i-ˌkyu̇(ə)r \

medical Definition of pedicure

1 : a person who provides care for the feet, toes, and nails
2 a : care of the feet, toes, and nails
b : a single treatment of the feet, toes, or nails

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