Definition of faller in English:

faller

Syllabification: fall·er
Pronunciation: /ˈfôlər
 
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noun

North American A person who fells trees for a living.
More example sentences
  • How well these fallers buck the timber determines the efficiency of the whole operation.
  • At one time, the company had its own in-house certified logging instructor who would ensure that the training needs of the 10 or more hand fallers were met.
  • We can hear the saws of the fallers, still cutting above rock cliffs on the steep mountainside.

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