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gar·den·er

 (gärd′nər, gär′dn-ər)
n.
One who works in or tends a garden for pleasure or hire.

gardener

(ˈɡɑːdnə)
n
1. (Horticulture) a person who works in or takes care of a garden as an occupation or pastime
2. (Animals) any bowerbird of the genus Amblyornis

gar•den•er

(ˈgɑrd nər, ˈgɑr dn ər)

n.
1. a person who is employed to cultivate or care for a garden, lawn, etc.
2. any person who gardens.
[1250–1300; Middle English < Old North French gardinier (Old French jardinier). See garden, -er2]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.gardener - someone who takes care of a gardengardener - someone who takes care of a garden  
horticulturist, plantsman - an expert in the science of cultivating plants (fruit or flowers or vegetables or ornamental plants)
transplanter - a gardener who moves plants to new locations
2.gardener - someone employed to work in a garden
employee - a worker who is hired to perform a job
groundkeeper, groundskeeper, groundsman - someone who maintains the grounds (of an estate or park or athletic field)
hedger - a gardener who takes care of and trims hedges
Translations
بُسْتَانِيّجَنائِني، بُسْتاني
zahradník
gartner
puutarhuri
vrtlar
kertész
garîyrkjumaîur
庭師
정원사
záhradník
vrtnar
trädgårdsanläggare
คนทำสวน
người làm vườn

gardener

[ˈgɑːdnəʳ] N (gen) → jardinero/a m/f

gardener

[ˈgɑːrdər] njardinier/ière m/f
He's a gardener → Il est jardinier.garden flat nappartement en rez-de-jardin mgarden gnome nnain m de jardingarden hose ntuyau m d'arrosage

gardener

nGärtner(in) m(f)

gardener

[ˈgɑːdnəʳ] ngiardiniere/a

garden

(ˈgaːdn) noun
a piece of ground on which flowers, vegetables etc are grown. a small garden at the front of the house; (also adjective) a garden slug.
verb
to work in a garden, usually as a hobby. The old lady does not garden much.
ˈgardener noun
a person who works in, and looks after, a garden.
ˈgardening noun
the work of looking after a garden. Gardening is his favourite hobby; (also adjective) gardening clothes/tools.
ˈgardens noun singular or plural
a park, especially one where animals are kept or special trees or flowers are grown. zoological/botanical gardens.
garden party
a large (usually formal) party, held in the garden of a house etc.

gardener

بُسْتَانِيّ zahradník gartner Gärtner κηπουρός jardinero puutarhuri jardinier vrtlar giardiniere 庭師 정원사 tuinier gartner ogrodnik jardineiro садовник trädgårdsanläggare คนทำสวน bahçıvan người làm vườn 园丁
References in classic literature ?
Never had Flora, the fresh and smiling goddess of gardeners, been honored with a purer or more scrupulous worship than that which was paid to her in this little enclosure.
A large rose-tree stood near the entrance of the garden: the roses growing on it were white, but there were three gardeners at it, busily painting them red.
Rumors of the new and curious things which were occurring in the invalid's apartments had of course filtered through the servants' hall into the stable yards and out among the gardeners, but notwithstanding this, Mr.
Gardener was admittedly the best-dressed woman in Black Hawk, drove the best horse, and had a smart trap and a little white-and-gold sleigh.
The king became very angry at this, and ordered the gardener to keep watch all night under the tree.
A Gardener he seemed to be yet surely a mad one, by the way he brandished his rake--madder, by the way he broke, ever and anon, into a frantic jig--maddest of all, by the shriek in which he brought out the last words of the stanza!
Sir Percival has kindly placed at my disposition the gardener, and the chaise, whenever I want them.
A MAN had two daughters, the one married to a gardener, and the other to a tile-maker.
Inchbare is associated with the poultry; the poultry are associated with the gardener's wife; the gardener's wife is associated with the gardener--and so the gardener gets into my head.
He told me it was wanted by his gardener, to be used, in solution, for the killing of insects in the greenhouse.
He had managed to coax old Brus, the gardener, into letting him have the key to the little postern gate on the plea that he wished to indulge in a midnight escapade, hinting broadly of a fair lady who was to be the partner of his adventure, and, what was more to the point with Brus, at the same time slipping a couple of golden zecchins into the gardener's palm.
He is followed by a sturdy fellow in a composite dress, which presents him under the double aspect of a groom and a gardener.