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来自英式印度语 shampoo,按摩，来自印度语 champo,揉，捏。一种印度传统头部和身体保健 方法，后引申词义洗涤剂，洗发水等。
- shampoo:  Hindi chāmpō means ‘press!’ It is an imperative form of chāmpnā ‘press’, or more specifically ‘knead the muscles’. The English in India took the word up in the 18th century as a verb meaning ‘massage’, but by the middle of the 19th century we find it being used in the accepted modern sense, ‘wash the hair’. The linking factor was presumably the vigorous massaging action typically applied to the scalp when shampooing the hair.
- shampoo (v.)
- 1762, "to massage," from Anglo-Indian shampoo, from Hindi champo, imperative of champna "to press, knead the muscles," perhaps from Sanskrit capayati "pounds, kneads." Meaning "wash the hair" first recorded 1860; extended 1954 to carpets, upholstery, etc. Related: Shampooed; shampooing.
- shampoo (n.)
- "soap for shampooing," 1866, from shampoo (v.).
- 1. The wrong shampoo can leave curly hair in a tangled mess.
- 2. This shampoo smells fruity and leaves the hair beautifully silky.
- 3. As with all oily hair treatments, shampoo needs to be applied first.
- 4. Apply a dribble of baby shampoo.
- 5. Massage the shampoo into the scalp.
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