Definition of 'barber'
Example sentences containing 'barber'
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He tried to ask for a drink in the barber shop, but the barber didn't seem to understand what he was saying. DESPERADOESThe only operational businesses in addition to the bookshop were a barber 's shop, a timber merchant's yard and a shabby garage. FORESTS OF THE NIGHTHe went because, in all of London and Westminster, the barber 's vied with the chandler's as the best place to gather news. MAN'S LOVING FAMILY
Trends of 'barber'
Used Occasionally. barber is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'barber'
British English: barber /ˈbɑːbə/ NOUN
A barber is a man whose job is cutting men's hair.
- American English: barber
- Arabic: حَلَّاق
- Brazilian Portuguese: barbeiro
- Chinese: 理发师
- Croatian: brijač
- Czech: holič
- Danish: barber
- Dutch: herenkapper
- European Spanish: peluquero
- Finnish: parturi
- French: barbier
- German: Herrenfriseur
- Greek: κουρέας
- Italian: barbiere
- Japanese: 床屋
- Korean: 이발사
- Norwegian: (herre)frisør
- Polish: fryzjer osoba
- European Portuguese: barbeiro
- Romanian: frizer
- Russian: парикмахер (мужской)
- Spanish: barbero
- Swedish: herrfrisör
- Thai: ช่างตัดผม
- Turkish: berber
- Ukrainian: перукар
- Vietnamese: thợ cắt tóc
Definition of barber from the Collins English Dictionary
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