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handyman
American English: /ˈhændiˌmæn/
British English: /ˈhandɪman/

Translation of handyman in Spanish:

noun plural -men Pronunciation: / -men /

  • (hombre habilidoso para trabajos de carpintería, albañilería etc)
    we need a general handyman
    necesitamos alguien que se ocupe del mantenimiento en general
    I'm not much of a handyman
    no me doy mucha maña para los trabajos y arreglos de la casa
    Example sentences
    • Do we expect them to be hair connoisseurs, fashion designers, handymen, scientists, builders, artists, romantic singers, athletes, leaders, and warriors?
    • Have a handyman make all repairs at the same time to avoid multiple visits.
    • Hire a handyman or carpenter to have cabinets, closets and shelves all built right into your garage.

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