clockmaker


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clockmaker

(ˈklɒkˌmeɪkə)
n
(Horology) a person who makes or mends clocks, watches, etc

clock•mak•er

(ˈklɒkˌmeɪ kər)

n.
a person who makes or repairs clocks.
[1400–50]
clock′mak`ing, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.clockmaker - someone whose occupation is making or repairing clocks and watchesclockmaker - someone whose occupation is making or repairing clocks and watches
artisan, journeyman, artificer, craftsman - a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
Translations

clockmaker

[ˈklɒkˌmeɪkəʳ] Nrelojero/a m/f

clockmaker

[ˈklɒkˌmeɪkəʳ] norologiaio
References in classic literature ?
Then the clockmaker came, and, after a great deal of talking and examining, he put the bird somewhat in order, but he said that it must be very seldom used as the works were nearly worn out, and it was impossible to put in new ones.
Next year a druggist surely ought to come among us, and next we want a clockmaker, a furniture dealer, and a bookseller; and so, by degrees, we shall have all the desirable luxuries of life.
So far, and waiving their use to himself, a clockmaker could have made a better pair.
These include a baby, a barrister, a grandfather , a clockmaker who worked in London in the last century and a soldier who died in the Second World War.
It is regarded as unique because the clockmaker carved his name and date in the stone wall surrounds: "Mithell of Tamworth July 23, 1813.
A: Joseph Kaiser was a clockmaker in Villingen, Germany, between 1898 and 1909.
Background: Born outside Germantown, David Rittenhouse was an astronomer and mathematician as well as a clockmaker.
Clockmaker's Lincoln trial Despite a Lincoln Trial being staged later, Clockmaker puts his Doncaster credentials on the line in this higher grade.
Despite bombing when last of 15 on turf at Sandown latest, CLOCKMAKER makes plenty of appeal in the final of the totescoop6 London Mile Handicap (3.
JOHN WHITEHURST (1713-1788), pictured, was the eldest of the seven sons of Congleton clockmaker John Snr.
Benjamin Gray was clockmaker to George II and Benjamin Vulliamy, Justin's son, later became clockmaker to George III.
There is also the spooky sound of a clock being wound each night around midnight in the room where a clockmaker - who lived in the house in the 17th century - kept his gear.