Translation of heelbar in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈhiːl bɑː/



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    taller de reparación de calzado en el acto masculine
    • Since 1987 the business has changed from a chain of heel bars to Britain's Quality Service People.
    • We are always being asked if we do shoe repairs, well the answer is always yes, but I cannot compete with heel bars for the price of ladies rubber heels and the like, and I have no intention of trying to do our other local shoe repairer out of work.
    • Despite the expansion of the instant heel bars, he was never short of customers.
    • Many shoe repairers, including some heel bars in large department stores, belong to a trade association called the National Association of Multiple Shoe Repairers.
    • Check shoes regularly to make sure they're in good condition - many department stores and stations have heel bars where you can drop in at lunchtime.
    • They all had heel bars across the city when they were prolific and popular in the 1960s.
    • One problem with the former key system was that the keys could be copied freely and purchased from locksmiths and heel bars.
    • This element provides advice on the health and safety risks and precautions associated with shoe repair activities in heel bars, shoe repair shops and the like.
    • To compliment this we supply several registered key systems where the key control of the system is protected against anyone casually obtaining duplicates from heel bars etc.
    • He introduced instant key cutting in heel bars in the UK.
    • So I regretted not being able to attend the car boot sale, which featured a 24-hour heel bar and key-cutting service.