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tøybutikk {m}
fabric shop
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Translation for 'fabric shop' from English to Norwegian

fabric shop
tøybutikk {m}handeltekstil.
Usage Examples English
  • She met, acquired a job with, and eventually fell in love with a man named Allison MacKenzie, who ran an exotic fabric shop in New York City.
  • Gran lived in Finsbury Park Road as a child and his father was the manager of a fabric shop in Soho.
  • The cowshed remained until the 1990s being used as a fabric shop and Kaplan’s.
  • as a kleermaker, garment business owner, and fabric shop owner.
  • In the early 2000s, the IWW organized Stonemountain and Daughter Fabrics, a fabric shop in Berkeley, California. The shop continues to remain an IWW organized shop.
  • Michele began the business as a small fabric shop with knowledge learned from the family textile and haberdashery shop.
  • All of them are cleverly nested in the story between two families, between mothers and their children, between a tailor and a fabric shop filled with dramatic rage.
  • Despite having family in Santa Ana, Willis chose to mostly live on the street in retirement. She slept outside a fabric shop, arriving after the shop closed and leaving before it opened.
  • In 1996, fabric shop owners on South Fourth Street successfully lobbied the city for official recognition of the "Fabric Row" name.
  • From then on it has been successively an exotic food store, a spice shop, a tuck shop, a fabric shop as well as a coffee shop.
  • In the mid-1980s, the upper floor was used for a martial arts school and the lower floors became a bridal shop and fabric shop.
  • Serafina and Nara met and argue in a fabric shop but Serafina didn't know that Nara is engaged to Claude.
  • Pierre-François's family owned a fabric shop in Rémalard, south-west of Paris, in 1837.
  • Semiulla Wafin (also 'Vafa'; February 2, 1909 – December 18, 1983) was a Tatar shopkeeper, leader, publisher and a teacher in Tampere, where for decades he operated a successful fabric shop his father had established in early 1900s.
  • Ymär Abdrahim (Mishar Dialect: Үмәр Әбдрәхим - né "Abdrahimoff" - Literary Tatar: Гомәр Габдрәхимов, "Ğömər Ğəbdrəximov"; 24 March 1882 - 26 March 1975) was a Tatar entrepreneur, who had his own successful haberdashery/fabric shop in Helsinki.
  • At the time of her award win, she worked primarily as an art teacher at Victoria Park Collegiate in Toronto, Ontario; by 1975, she was co-owner of a wool and fabric shop with branches in Toronto and Vancouver, British Columbia.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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