groomer
noun Date: circa 1890 one who grooms (as dogs)

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  • Groomer — ist die englische Bezeichnung für einen Hundefrisör. Sie leitet sich ab von to groom pflegen . Der Begriff Groomer wird auch im deutschsprachigen Raum zunehmend verwendet, so gibt es zum Beispiel den Berufsverband der Groomer e.V. und den… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Groomer — Groom er, n. One who, or that which, grooms horses; especially, a brush rotated by a flexible or jointed revolving shaft, for cleaning horses. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • groomer — See groom. * * * …   Universalium

  • groomer — noun a) A person who grooms horses b) A brush used to groom horses …   Wiktionary

  • groomer — n. person or thing which grooms horses; device which mechanically grooms horses …   English contemporary dictionary

  • groomer — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Groomer Has It — infobox television show name = Groomer Has It caption = Official logo art for the show format = Reality, Game Show runtime = 60 minutes creator = Peter Ney starring = Jai Rodriguez country = USA network = Animal Planet first aired = April 12,… …   Wikipedia

  • studio-groomer — A business person in a professional practice applying the continued study of the art and science of pet (dog) grooming. The studio groomer studies and considers the lifestyle and comfort of the pet (dog) and pet owner s grooming needs …   Dictionary of american slang

  • studio-groomer — A business person in a professional practice applying the continued study of the art and science of pet (dog) grooming. The studio groomer studies and considers the lifestyle and comfort of the pet (dog) and pet owner s grooming needs …   Dictionary of american slang

  • groom — groomer, n. groomish, adj. groomishly, adv. /groohm, groom/, n. 1. a bridegroom. 2. a man or boy in charge of horses or the stable. 3. any of several officers of the English royal household. 4. Archaic. a manservant. v.t. 5. to tend carefully as… …   Universalium

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