Translation of fitter in Spanish:

fitter

Pronunciation: /ˈfɪtər; ˈfɪtə(r)/

n

  • 1 [Clothing] probador, -dora (m,f)
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    • Also inform the shoe fitter of any previous injuries you might have had, as this could affect the type of shoe suitable to you.
    • Every woman I've ever spoken to on the subject has had nothing but praise for their fitters and assistants.
    • Two-thirds of the fitters recommended bras with the wrong underwire shape, according to the report.
  • 2 [Tech] (mechanic — in garage) mecánico, -ca (m,f); (— in car industry, shipbuilding) operario, -ria (m,f); (plumber) plomero, -ra (m,f) (AmL) , fontanero, -ra (m,f) (Esp) , gásfiter (mf) (Chi) , gasfitero, -ra (m,f) (Per) ; (not specialized) (esp BrE) obrero, -ra (m,f)
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    • Those detained included an accountant, a builder, a window fitter and a machine operator.
    • He is a machine fitter and has been helping the British Engineers bring the power station back on line.
    • Planned action by steel erectors, pipe fitters and welders to hit construction work on high-profile sites for this week has been called off after employers rushed to negotiate a deal.

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