Translation of tradesman in Spanish:
noun/nombre (plural -men /-mən/)
- 1.1 (shopkeeper) [dated/anticuado] comerciante (masculine), tendero (masculine) 1.2 (deliveryman) proveedor (masculine); (repairman) (British English/inglés británico) [ electricista, plomero etc que trabaja a domicilio ] tradesman's entrance (British English/inglés británico) entrada de servicio, puerta de servicioExample sentences
- The modernisation also meant that the abattoir could easily be used by individual butchers or groups of tradesmen.
- There's much talk at the moment about a general lack of tradesmen and hairdressers about the place.
- Another tradesman in Grattan Street said he heard the motorbike pull up and heard the shot.
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