tailor (Q242468)

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person who makes, repairs, or alters clothing professionally, typically men's clothing
  • tailoress
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tailor
person who makes, repairs, or alters clothing professionally, typically men's clothing
  • tailoress

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Tailor in Haikou 01.jpg
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krejčová (Czech)
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ράφτρα (Greek)
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kemenerez (Breton)
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kleermaakster (Dutch)
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couturière (French)
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خياطة (Arabic)
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costureira (Brazilian Portuguese)
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tajlorino (Esperanto)
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taliorino (Ido)
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sastressa (Catalan)
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croitoreasă (Romanian)
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Schneiderin (German)
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חייטת (Hebrew)
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кројачка (Macedonian)
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Schneidesch (Luxembourgish)
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درزن (Urdu)
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alfaiate (Brazilian Portuguese)
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šivilja (Slovenian)
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xastra (Galician)
tailleuse (French)
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sastre (Asturian)
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alfaiate (Portuguese)
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sarta (Italian)
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портниха (Russian)
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ράφτρα (Greek)
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taliorulo (Ido)
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Schneider (Luxembourgish)
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alfaiate (Brazilian Portuguese)
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alfaiate (Portuguese)
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Tailors
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Tailors, Dressmakers, Furriers and Hatters
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Tag:craft=tailor
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Barbara Burman
10 September 2019
seamstresses were generally distinguished from dressmakers, milliners, mantua-makers, stay-makers, embroiderers, and tailoresses by their lower levels of craft and skill, but at the top-end of the market fine sewing was valued. (English)

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