pitman

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pit·man

 (pĭt′mən)
n.
1. pl. pit·men (-mĕn) A worker employed inside a pit in various industrial operations, as in a coal mine.
2. pl. pit·mans (-mənz) See connecting rod.

pitman

(ˈpɪtmən)
n, pl -men
(Mining & Quarrying) chiefly Scot and Northern English a person who works down a mine, esp a coal miner

Pitman

(ˈpɪtmən)
n
(Biography) Sir Isaac. 1813–97, English inventor of a system of phonetic shorthand (1837)

Pit•man

(ˈpɪt mən)

n.
Sir Isaac, 1813–97, English inventor of a system of shorthand.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Pitman - English educator who invented a system of phonetic shorthand (1813-1897)
2.Pitman - someone who works in a coal minepitman - someone who works in a coal mine  
miner, mineworker - laborer who works in a mine
Translations

pitman

[ˈpɪtmən] N (pitmen (pl)) (Brit) → minero m

pitman

n pl <-men> (Brit) → Bergmann m, → Kumpel m (inf)