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lum·ber·jack

 (lŭm′bər-jăk′)
n.
1. One who fells trees and transports the timber to a mill; a logger.
2. A short, warm outer jacket. Also called lumber jacket.

lumberjack

(ˈlʌmbəˌdʒæk)
n
(Forestry) (esp in North America) a person whose work involves felling trees, transporting the timber, etc
Also called: lumberman
[C19: from lumber1 + jack1 (man)]

lum•ber•jack

(ˈlʌm bərˌdʒæk)

n.
a person who works at lumbering.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lumberjack - a person who fells treeslumberjack - a person who fells trees    
laborer, labourer, manual laborer, jack - someone who works with their hands; someone engaged in manual labor
scorer - a logger who marks trees to be felled
2.lumberjack - a short warm outer jacket
jacket - a short coat
Translations
قاطِع الأخْشاب وناشِرُها
dřevorubec
skovhugger
metsuri
drvosječa
skógarhöggsmaîur
bıçkıcıhızarcı

lumberjack

[ˈlʌmbədʒæk] Nleñador(a) m/f

lumberjack

[ˈlʌmbərdʒæk] nbûcheron mlumberjack shirt n épaisse chemise à carreauxlumber room n (British)débarras m

lumberjack

[ˈlʌmbəˌdʒæk] ntaglialegna m inv, boscaiolo

lumber1

(ˈlambə) noun
1. old unwanted furniture etc.
2. timber sawn up.
verb
to give (someone) an unwanted responsibility. to lumber someone with a job.
ˈlumberjack (-dʒak) noun
a person employed to cut down, saw up and move trees.
References in classic literature ?
I'll never forget when you cleaned out those lumberjacks in the M.
G'wan, you're foolin'," said Finn, the other lumberjack, a quiet, steady, Wisconsin man.
The Whistle Punks Manchester club is based in the Great Northern Warehouse, where wannabe lumberjacks have been hurling real metal hatchets at wooden targets since it opened in February.
But the sport goes back to the 19th century when Aussie lumberjacks would test their skills.
On a night when their offense struggled to find a rhythm, the Utes (25-8) were still able to able to lead for the final 34 minutes thanks to a stifling defensive performance that limited the Lumberjacks (29-5) to 33.
Three of the very best - Craig Campbell, Glenn Wool and Stewart Francis - have joined forces as The Lumberjacks to prove that very point as they embark on an extensive autumn UK tour, which includes a date at Cardiff's Glee Club next month.
The Lumberjacks THINK of Canada and you might conjure up images of the maple leaf and the moose, but it also possesses some of the world's finest comedians.
THE LUMBERJACKS Palace Theatre, Redditch, 01527 65203, Wednesday.
As if their work wasn't dangerous enough, lumberjacks, living and working deep in the woods, competed to outdo each other in skills ranging from log rolling to felling trees and bucking them with crosscut saws.
It's a case of three for the price if one tomorrow night at Vicar Street as The Lumberjacks hit the town.
And I am sure Tom would explain to me that lumberjacks have it tough.
In the match, the lumberjacks can attack either opponent, which aided Punk when Sheamus' Hell in a Cell challenger Big Show Chokeslammed the Great White, allowing Punk to get the pin.