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    Question (meaning of a phrase)

    Hello every one :

    is there any one who knows the meaning of this phrase:

    <let your hair down>

    thanks alot

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    Default Re: (meaning of a phrase)

    It's an idiom, and it means, to relax, to not be uptight, "tight" like a hair-bun.

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