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locksmith
American English: /ˈlɑkˌsmɪθ/
British English: /ˈlɒksmɪθ/

Translation of locksmith in Spanish:

noun

  • cerrajero, (-ra) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • The minister of oil and vinegar dispatched a locksmith to change the locks on the Registrar General door, and had the Governor General read the writ of dismissal.
    • Or the day after Lou left for good and Bev hired a locksmith to change the locks.
    • He immediately ushered his staff from the building while a locksmith changed the locks.

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