tiler


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til·er

 (tī′lər)
n.
1. One who lays tiles.
2. The doorkeeper of a Masonic or other fraternal society's lodge.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tiler - a worker who lays tiletiler - a worker who lays tile    
worker - a person who works at a specific occupation; "he is a good worker"
Translations

tiler

n
(for roof) → Dachdecker(in) m(f)
(for floor) → Fliesen- or Plattenleger(in) m(f)
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Young Feltham, of the --th Dragoons (and son of the firm of Tiler and Feltham, hatters and army accoutrement makers), and whom the Crawleys introduced into fashionable life, was also cited as one of Becky's victims in the pecuniary way.
Training unemployed citizens from among the inhabitants of the large area by profession "painter, plasterer, tiler - tiler"
Dubai: A tiler has been cleared of rioting and deliberately starting a fire at a construction site causing Dh12.
An unemployed painter and tiler has come up with a novel way to find work - by advertising himself on a roadside placard
Dubai: A tiler and other runaway workers have been accused of deliberately starting a fire at a construction site and causing Dh12.
He has recently traded a well-paid role in teaching to become a tiler, as work pressures outside of the classroom mounted.
They include 18-year-old Rebekah Tiler, whose last performance at the Ricoh Arena cemented her place at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games where she finished tenth.
Tiler James Warnock, 56, killed Yiannoulla Yianni, 17, after she let him into her home, the Old Bailey heard.
LOOKING for a highly experienced bathroom fitter and tiler in West Yorkshire?
INTERNATIONAL teenage weightlifting champion Rebekah Tiler teamed up with Gateshead College to support the national 'This Girl Can' campaign - a new initiative to encourage more women to take up sport.
We had a new bathroom suite put in and a tiler re-tiled floor to ceiling.
DIRECTOR: Jody Lee Lipes WITH: Justin Peck, Sterling Hyltin, Tiler Peck, Amar Ramasar, Albert Evans, Cameron Grant, Mark Stanley, Andrews Sills, Reid Bartelme, Harriet Jung, Marc Happel