to tidy your hair using a comb, to look for something carefully
Past Participle form
My grandad used to comb his hair every day.
His mum combs his hair to make him look nice.
A: How do you do your hair?
B: When it's wet I comb it and then I put wax in.
A: It looks good.
He combed the beach looked for his keys.
She combed his hair for the school picture.
A: Timmy's picture looks lovely.
B: Thank you. I made sure that he combed his hair!
A: It shows.
I am combing the flat looking for my earing.
He was combing hair he when it started falling out.
A: Is Danny ready for his date?
B: Almost. He's combing his hair.
A: How long will he be?
B: About another 5 minutes.
I'd combed the field and couldn't find any trace of the dog.
He'd combed his dogs hair for hours but then it jumped in the mud.
A: I've combed my hair to make it look good.
B: It does look different.