haircutter


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hair·cut

 (hâr′kŭt′)
n.
1. The act or an instance of cutting the hair.
2. A style in which hair is cut.
3. Slang A reduction, as in payment or value: "No one gets exactly what he wants from Chapter 11—creditors get a haircut, employees get laid off, and shareholders (usually) get zilch" (New Yorker).

hair′cut′ter n.
hair′cut′ting adj. & n.

haircutter

(ˈhɛəˌkʌtə)
n
1. (Hairdressing & Grooming) a person who cuts the hair of a person's head
2. (Hairdressing & Grooming) a device that cuts the hair of a person's head or face
Translations

haircutter

n peluquero -ra mf, barbero
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Along the road were, we are told, "among others, a haircutter, a muffin baker, a fish and chip shop, while some years earlier, there had been a slaughterhouse and the barracks of the Royal Glamorgan Militia".
One panelist's] story about the man who refused to pay her because his haircutter spoke poor English, despite her having done an excellent job, made me realize that overt displays of racial bias happen right at my doorstep, and I just fail to see them.
Interesting fact: Sport Clips is the "Official Haircutter of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
If you're not happy with the way your haircutter or colorist does your tresses, go elsewhere.
They've done such a good job that today your haircutter knows what "the Hubble" is, ground-based observatories are competing to show off their own best images, and the public's idea of astronomy has shifted from blurs and equations to scenes of spectacular beauty.
He said in English, "Now you don't need to go to fancy haircutter.
After all his previous ambivalence about the enterprise he inherited from his father, Calvin (Cube) has become proud of his establishment, a place where the good times roll even when much of the talk is superficially acrimonious; the formerly inept white homey Isaac (Troy Garity) is now a wizard with the electric blade; the highfalutin' Jimmy (Scan Patrick Thomas) has left to take a job with local alderman Brown (Robert Wisdom), and ex-con Ricky (Michael Ealy) and spirited femme haircutter Terri (Eve) may have something percolating.
Calvin's wife emphasizes the importance of a solid marriage over economic success, and the African immigrant shyly hands Terri, the lone female haircutter in the shop (played by rapper Eve) a love poem by Pablo Neruda.
But what stole the show was the dancing of rising star Gillian Murphy as Kitri and Corella as Basilio, her haircutter beau.
Whether or not Alfred Natrasevschi makes millions on his automatic haircutter, RoboCut, is yet to be seen.
The 6th Duke o f Portland recalled that when the Earl of Dudley visited Welbeck Abbey he brought with him Andrew Kirkcaldy, the famous golfer from St Andrews, his Austrian haircutter, the head keeper from Witley Court, his wife's footman and two chauffeurs", writes Phy llida Barstow.
One of the reasons: It employs the most number of Filipino barbers, including a Pinay haircutter.