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bar·ber·shop

 (bär′bər-shŏp′)
n.
The place of business of a barber.
adj.
Of, consisting of, or relating to the performance of sentimental songs for unaccompanied, usually male voices in four-part harmony: a barbershop quartet.
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barbershop

(ˈbɑːbəˌʃɒp)
n
1. (Hairdressing & Grooming) chiefly US the premises of a barber
2. (Music, other) (modifier) denoting or characterized by a type of close four-part harmony for male voices, popular in romantic and sentimental songs of the 1920s and 1930s: a barbershop quartet.
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bar•ber•shop

(ˈbɑr bərˌʃɒp)

n.
1. Also called, esp. Brit.,bar′ber's shop`. the place of business of a barber.
adj.
2. specializing in the singing of popular songs in a sentimental style of unaccompanied, four-part, close chromatic harmony: a barbershop quartet.
[1570–80]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.barbershop - a shop where men can get their hair cutbarbershop - a shop where men can get their hair cut
barber chair - a large fixed adjustable chair in which barbers seat their customers
shop, store - a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services; "he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod"
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Translations

barbershop

[ˈbɑːbəʃɒp] (US)
A. Nbarbería f
B. CPD barbershop quartet N cuarteto vocal armónico de hombres que se especializa en canciones sentimentales de los años 20 y 30
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barbershop

[ˈbɑːrrʃɒp]
n
(MUSIC) (= musical style) type de chant a cappella surtout exécuté par des chœurs masculins
(US) = barber shop
modif [quartet] → d'hommes chantant a cappella; [chorus] → a cappellabarber shop barbershop [ˈbɑːrrʃɒp] (US) n (= men's hairdresser) → coiffeur m pour hommes
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barbershop

n (US) → (Herren)friseurgeschäft ntor -laden m
adj barbershop quartetBarbershop-Quartett nt
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References in classic literature ?
The candy-striped pole, which indicates nobility proud and ancient along the palace-bordered canals of Venice, indicated merely the humble barbershop along the main street of Dawson's Landing.
"Well, the guide goes with the barbershop, with the billiard-table, with the gasless room, and may be with many another pretty romance of Paris.
Since the app and the company is relatively new, barbershops are enjoying the service for free while customers get charged $1 per transaction.
All my friends had stopped going to barbershops. Instead, they had their hair styled in unisex hair salons.
Each year, barbershops fill up with customers as the annual Muslim festival approaches.
Hilary Hall, Chief Executive of National Hairdressers Federation and National Beauty Federation (NHF/NBF), the UK trade bodies for hair salons and barbershops and for beauty salons, said: "As hair and beauty are service industries which can't be done online, salons and barbershops need a physical presence.
Inspired by the show, I turned to Cameron Williams and James Jackson, III to see if this representation of barbershops was accurate.
With traditionalTimpson storesalready providing key cutting and shoe repair services, the barbershops bring customers another essential service in an easy and convenient location.
That reflection, and research out of New York on the positive impact on men's health of blood pressure checks at barbershops (1) have been catalysts for setting up Caveman Health, a free weekly clinic at his partner's inner city barbershop.
The notables and people of the Darel appreciated the efforts of administration and ulema in changing the typical attitude of non-acceptance of barbershops in Darel, the letter, a copy of which is available with Pakistan Today said.
Rachna says she noticed that parents in Phnom Penh often have no choice but to take their children to adult barbershops or salons at which, because there are no distractions for them, they become bored and antsy rather quickly.