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haberdasher
American English: /ˈhæbərˌdæʃər/
British English: /ˈhabəˌdaʃə/

Translation of haberdasher in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (American English) (selling men's clothing etc)
    (dueño de unahaberdashery 1)
    1.2
    (British English) (selling thread, buttons, etc)
    mercero, (-ra) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • Among the shops nearby were a grocers, a haberdashers, a sweet shop and a tripe shop.
    • Early in the nineteenth century, the number of tailors, furriers, jewellers and haberdashers rose steeply.
    • In those days there was a lot going on in the village, which boasted not only seven grocers, but also seven pubs, two greengrocers, two butchers, a chemists, a haberdashers and a post office.

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