Al-Quran Surah 22. Al-Hajj, Ayah 29

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ثُمَّ لْيَقْضُوا تَفَثَهُمْ وَلْيُوفُوا نُذُورَهُمْ وَلْيَطَّوَّفُوا بِالْبَيْتِ الْعَتِيقِ

Asad : Thereafter let them bring to an end their state of self-denial,42 and let them fulfil the vows which they [may] have made, and let them walk [once again] around the Most Ancient Temple.43
Khattab :

Then let them groom themselves,1 fulfil their vows, and circle the Ancient House.”

Malik : Then they should accomplish their needful acts of shaving or cutting their hair and taking a bath, fulfill their vows and go for Tawaf-e-Ziyarah to the Ancient House.
Pickthall : Then let them make an end of their unkemptness and pay their vows and go around the ancient House.
Yusuf Ali : "Then let them complete the rites prescribed for them perform their vows and (again) circumambulate the Ancient House." 2803 2804
Transliteration : Thumma lyaqdoo tafathahum walyoofoo nuthoorahum walyattawwafoo bialbayti alAAateeqi
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Asad 42 In Tabari’s opinion, the phrase thumma ‘l-yaqda tafathahum signifies "then let them complete the acts of worship (manasik) incumbent on them by virtue of their pilgrimage". Other commentators, however, understand by the (extremely rare) expression tafath the prohibition of enjoying, while in the actual state of pilgrimage, certain bodily comforts like cutting or shaving one’s hair (see 2:196), wearing any clothing but the simple, unsewn pilgrim’s garb (ihram), indulging in sexual intercourse (2:197), etc. Consequently, they explain the above phrase as meaning "let them bring to an end the [condition of self-denial described as] tafath which was incumbent on them during pilgrimage".
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Asad 43 I.e., around the Kaabah (see surah {2}, notes [102] and [104]), thus completing the pilgrimage.

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Yusuf Ali 2803 Tafath-the superfluous growth on one's body, such as nails, hair, etc., which it is not permitted to remove in Ihram. These may be removed on the 10th day, when the Hajj is completed: that is the rite of completion.
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Yusuf Ali 2804 The Pilgrimage is completed by the performance of these rites. The Pilgrim should carry in mind the purification he gained in performing his pilgrimage. Then comes the final Tawaf.
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 Shaving their hair, clipping nails, and taking a shower.