Translation of Barbour in Spanish:

Barbour

Barbour, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbɑrbər//ˈbɑːbə/

noun

trademark

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    Barbour masculine trademark
    before noun Barbour jacket chaqueta Barbour feminine
    • Barbour coat abrigo Barbour
    • It's a fascinating place - I wandered past a group of people doing the Jack the Ripper guided walk, led by a flamboyant guy in a long Barbour cape.
    • One analyst who met him for the first time on Wednesday said: ‘You can't help but think that he would look more at home wearing a Barbour jacket than a Savile Row suit.
    • It being a particularly cold morning, I grabbed my Barbour as I left for work, jammed my phone into the pocket and felt a piece of paper.
    • I'm not inclined to argue because the Barbour is just about worn through in some places and has become distinctly dowdy.
    • Don't expect too many Barbours and smelly dogs in Scotland on Sunday's new society journal, The Social.
    • Hence the same sheepskin jackets, wool coats and Barbours turn up year after year.
    • I feel rather protective of him and when I see all those men and boys with guns and matching Barbours I want to keep him as a pet.
    • He wears a knee-length Barbour and carries a cute little wicker basket.
    • Behind me, 20 yards to my right, is Raymond - with his baseball cap tilted back on his head, looking rather less the part than me in my borrowed Barbour deerstalker.
    • Civilians can get stuff changed on their Barbours, too - so if you want an extra pocket for the Labrador chews, now's your chance.
    • Seemed a shame to muss it up for a ten minute trip, so I pulled out the Barbour, gave it a shake, and off I went, secure inside my shabby old coat and under my padded fisherman's cap.
    • Piers Eyre, 64, wearing a Barbour jacket and carrying an expensive walking cane, cut an unlikely figure as he mixed with veteran peace protesters.
    • Rating: 5/10 Items can be costly, but a Barbour jacket is designed to last a lifetime - send it back and they'll even re-wax it.
    • The reason is, if a place is this good, it will have been discovered long ago - first by locals, and then by annoying City types who like to sport wellies and Barbours at the weekend.
    • A traditional Barbour jacket will not only keep out the rain but will also more than pass muster throughout the season.
    • He would have liked his normal holster but with his battered Barbour jacket and pullover it would have been impractical and conspicuous.
    • The description of a man in a green Barbour style jacket with dark collar length hair has cropped up a number of times in the investigation into the murder.
    • During filming I found Jenny more difficult to watch than John because I could see myself in her and watch her look across the lawn, with the same sort of haircut and wearing a Barbour and jeans.
    • Yeah, right, like any of us are going to stand shoulder to shoulder with someone wearing a Barbour and a tweed cap.
    • Many more important issues will be sending the protesters to London with their Barbours and picnic hampers.