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Translation of "barber" - English-Spanish dictionary

barber

noun   /ˈbɑː·bər/
someone whose job is to cut men’s hair peluquero, -a
barber’s noun /ˈbɑː·bəz/
a shop where men have their hair cut peluquería de caballeros
(Definition of barber from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

barber

noun /ˈbaːbə/
a person who cuts men’s hair, shaves their beards etc barbero You could do with a trip to the barber (= you need a haircut).
(Definition of barber from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “barber”
in Korean 이발사…
in Arabic حَلاَّق…
in Malaysian tukang gunting rambut…
in French coiffeur…
in Russian мужской парикмахер…
in Chinese (Traditional) 理髮師…
in Italian barbiere…
in Turkish berber…
in Polish fryzjer (męski)…
in Vietnamese thợ cắt tóc…
in Portuguese barbeiro…
in Thai ช่างตัดผม…
in German der Friseur…
in Catalan barber, -a…
in Japanese 理髪師…
in Chinese (Simplified) 理发师…
in Indonesian pemangkas rambut…
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