Definition of ganger in English:

ganger

Line breaks: gang¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈgaŋə
 
/

noun

British
  • The foreman of a gang of labourers.
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    • The navvies were organised under gangers, men who organised the gangs of labourers.
    • Next to it there was a basketball game in progress composed mostly of gangers.
    • A very highly respected member of the community, a hardworking, industrious farmer, he was also a ganger with Mayo County Council for many years until his retirement and was very popular with his superiors and workers.

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