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barber
American English: /ˈbɑrbər/
British English: /ˈbɑːbə/

Translation of barber in Spanish:

noun

  • I'm going to the barber('s)
    voy al peluquero or a la peluquería
    Example sentences
    • Three local men have volunteered to have their beards shaved by a female barber all the way from Seville.
    • Once you get hooked on composting, you'll even start going after the local barber for hair, and even saving dryer lint!
    • Come Monday he would have his hair cut and take a post-weekend shave at the in-house barbers.

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