[Grammar] One question, please

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Hello everbody
I just want to ask how do I define (C) or (U) word, like manicure
if it is (C) and (U) at the same time
 

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It can be countable or uncountable, depending on the context. You can have a manicure(a single occasion when you manicure your nails) or your nails may need manicure.
 

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I can't say I'm familiar with the uncountable form.
 
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