Definition of heel bar in English:

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heel bar

Pronunciation: /ˈhiːl bɑː/

Entry from British & World English dictionary

noun

A small shop or stall where shoes are repaired, especially while the customer waits.
Example sentences
  • Since 1987 the business has changed from a chain of heel bars to Britain's Quality Service People.
  • Many shoe repairers, including some heel bars in large department stores, belong to a trade association called the National Association of Multiple Shoe Repairers.
  • So I regretted not being able to attend the car boot sale, which featured a 24-hour heel bar and key-cutting service.
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