Traducción de shoeshine en Español:

shoeshine

Pronunciación /ˈʃuˌʃaɪn//ˈʃuːʃʌɪn/

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    (polish)
    could I have a shoeshine? ¿me bolea los zapatos? México
    • He worked at a local steel mill, was a gas station attendant, a store clerk and a shoeshine boy.
    • As a child he sold peanuts on street corners and eked out a hand-to-mouth existence as a shoeshine boy on the poverty-stricken streets of Sao Paulo.
    • Later, when asked what had prompted him to sell, he said it was when the shoeshine boys on the streets were telling him what shares to buy.
    • As a shoeshine boy in the French Quarter, he begged paint and brushes from local street artists, which led him to his vocation.
    • No one wants an overpriced shoeshine and he must feel he's losing a certain sale because he begins to shine Ames shoes, even though she said no.
    • The setting is one of abject poverty and misery, yet the upbeat caption tells us that even victims of disaster need a good shoeshine.
    • Except shoeshine boys are generally smarter than editors, and will usually get out first.
    • I might remain something like a shoeshine boy for the rest of my life.
    • It's the shoeshine boy again, still young enough to expect fun on the job.
    • Toledo was the country's first president of self-identified indigenous descent, a one-time shoeshine boy who had gone on to earn a doctorate in education at Stanford.
    • The heavily made-up young woman knelt before prison administrators, giving them free shoeshines.
    • I was most beautifully stitched up by a shoeshine man at the famous Galata Bridge in Istanbul on the calm morning before the storm of Wednesday night.
    • Once your shoe is completely dry, use the shoeshine brush to meticulously wipe off the polish.
    • Here was the corner where he used to work as a shoeshine boy outside a parlour known as the Shoeshine King: ‘There was a man used to give us 50 cents and one used to give us a dollar.’
    • Even the shoeshine boys spoke half a dozen languages, from Greek and Turkish to Ladino (Judeo-Spanish).
    • How credible would my list be if I didn't list shoes after I just finished urging you to get a shoeshine kit?
  • 2also shoeshine boy
    EEUU

    (polisher)
    limpiabotas masculino
    lustrabotas masculino América del Sur
    bolero masculino México
    embolador masculino Colombia