Definition of lumberjack in English:

lumberjack

Syllabification: lum·ber·jack
Pronunciation: /ˈləmbərˌjak
 
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noun

A person who fells trees, cuts them into logs, or transports them to a sawmill. Also called lumberman.
More example sentences
  • The first paintball markers were used by timber cruisers and lumbermen to mark the trees selected for harvesting or cutting.
  • There were a lot of lumberjacks to cut down trees and export them to England.
  • For many generations, my forefathers have been lumbermen, loggers and mill workers.

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