Translation of workman in Spanish:
noun plural -men Pronunciation: / -mən /
- we've got (the) workmen in at the momenthe's a good workmanen este momento tenemos obreros en casaa bad workman always blames his toolstrabaja bienExample sentences
- The tide had reached the ship, and now the workmen labouring about the hull were ankle deep in water.
- Shipwrights now required a labour force of workmen with a different set of skills who could saw to length and fit a ship together according to plan.
- One by one the quarries closed and the workmen were forced to find other employment.
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