Definition of coiffeur in English:

coiffeur

Syllabification: coif·feur
Pronunciation: /kwäˈfər
 
/

noun

  • A hairdresser.
    More example sentences
    • I have heard that the coiffeurs at the ‘Hairdresser's ‘(1 Dyakon Ignatii Street, next to BNP Paribas, tel. 986 1366) do a careful, professional job.’
    • We looked at a whole wide range of companies, everything from barber shops, coiffeurs, to real estate landlord owners, who basically reported 90% when they really had 100% occupancy.
    • Hairdresser John Frieda started with the trendy heads of clients in the Mayfair salon of legendary hair stylist Leonard, a coiffeur guru in London during the Seventies.

Origin

mid 19th century: French, from coiffer 'arrange the hair', in Old French 'cover with a coif' (see coif).

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