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beautician

noun [C]     /bjuːˈtɪʃ.ən/
a trained person whose job it is to improve the appearance of a customer's face, body and hair, using creams (= smooth thick liquids), make-up and other types of treatment, often in a beauty salon 美容师;美容专家 Beauty treatments
Translations of “beautician”
in Vietnamese nhân viê thẩm mỹ viện…
in Spanish esteticista…
in Thai ช่างเสริมสวย…
in Malaysian jurusolek…
in French esthéticien, ienne…
in German die Kosmetikerin…
in Chinese (Traditional) 美容師, 美容專家…
in Indonesian ahli kecantikan…
in Russian косметолог…
in Turkish güzellik uzmanı…
in Polish kosmetyczka…
(Definition of beautician from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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