roundsman


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rounds·man

 (roundz′mən)
n.
1. A police officer in charge of several other officers.
2. One, such as a delivery person, who makes rounds.

roundsman

(ˈraʊndzmən)
n, pl -men
1. (Professions) Brit a person who makes rounds, as for inspection or to deliver goods
2. (Journalism & Publishing) Austral and NZ a reporter covering a particular district or topic
3. (Professions) Austral and NZ a reporter covering a particular district or topic
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.roundsman - a workman employed to make rounds (to deliver goods or make inspections or so on)
working man, working person, workingman, workman - an employee who performs manual or industrial labor
Translations

roundsman

[ˈraʊndzmən] N (roundsmen (pl)) (Brit) → repartidor m or proveedor m casero

roundsman

n pl <-men> (Brit) → Austräger m; milk roundsmanMilchmann m

roundsman

[ˈraʊndzmən] n (-men (pl)) (Brit) → garzone m (che esegue le consegne a domicilio)
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The reason why his nice dairy roundsman has substituted 500 ml glass bottles containing German milk for traditional British 568ml (pint) milk bottles is that the Liverpool processing plant for glass pint bottles closed down.
Wallace worked as a printer's assistant, milk roundsman, newspaper seller, plasterer's labourer, soldier, a ship's cook and captain's boy on a Grimsby fishing trawler, boot and shoe shop assistant, rubber factory worker, newspaper reporter, foreign correspondent, racing tipster, columnist, special constable, film producer and director.
monitoring each roundsman is limited to 20 km away.
Wilf's first job after leaving Dairy Lane School in Houghtonle-Spring at 14 was as a milk roundsman, delivering daily pintas by horse and cart.
After working for the Argus, the Sydney Sun (as parliamentary roundsman in Canberra) and the Times in London, he was sacked from a junior position in the Daily Telegraph in 1939.
Starke refused to apply for a street trading consent for both vehicles, citing a legal argument he was operating as a roundsman, which is considered a street trading activity legally exempt from the requirement to obtain prior consent.
The former headteacher was also appointed youth cricket coordinator in 1998 and managed several of Ormskirk's junior sides then continued on as g roundsman.
When I told my grandmother, she informed me that the speaker's father had begun life as a baker's roundsman with a basket and a brown sack to cover his loaves and not two ha'pence to rub together.
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Malcolm's responsibility is for ensuring that milk is efficiently delivered to customers, and having worked as a roundsman for Wiseman for many years this role will suit him perfectly.
He later joined the company full-time as a roundsman, 10 years later became a trainee manager and was appointed retail sales director in 1994, controlling doorstep rounds.