Dictionary search results

Showing 1-36 of 36 results

keeper US English

A person who manages or looks after something or someone

lock-keeper US English

A person who is employed to attend and maintain a lock on a river or canal

record keeper US English

A person or organization responsible for keeping records or accounts

account keeper US English

A person who keeps the records of the financial affairs of a business

brothel-keeper US English

A person who runs a brothel

barkeeper US English

A person who owns or serves drinks in a bar

doorkeeper US English

A person on duty at the entrance to a building

greenskeeper US English

A person employed to look after a golf course

goalkeeper US English

Another term for goaltender.

gamekeeper US English

A person employed to breed and protect game, typically for a large estate

gatekeeper US English

An attendant at a gate who is employed to control who goes through it

innkeeper US English

A person who runs an inn

hotelkeeper US English

A person who runs a hotel

storekeeper US English

A person who owns or runs a store

timekeeper US English

A person who measures or records the amount of time taken, especially in a sports competition

zookeeper US English

An animal attendant employed in a zoo

saloonkeeper US English

A person who runs a bar; a bartender

saloon keeper in saloonkeeper US English

A person who runs a bar; a bartender

wicketkeeper US English

A fielder stationed close behind a batsman’s wicket and typically equipped with gloves and pads

keeper US Thesaurus

Gregor is the keeper of the tennis courts and adjacent grounds

keeper English-Spanish

guarda masculine and feminine, cuidador,

park keeper English-Spanish

guardián, -diana masculine, feminine de parque, cuidador, -dora de parque Latin America/América Latina

lock-keeper English-Spanish

esclusero,

lighthouse keeper English-Spanish

torrero,, farero,, guardafaro masculine and feminineSouthern Cone/Cono Sur