ambulanceman

ambulanceman

(ˈæmbjʊlənsˌmæn)
n, pl -men
a man who works as part of an ambulance crew
Translations

ambulanceman

[ˈæmbjʊlənsmæn] (British) nambulancier mambulance service n
the ambulance service → le service d'ambulances
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AN ambulanceman who harassed his hospital nurse "ex" by bombarding her with unwanted WhatsApp and text messages has been ordered to do 200 hours unpaid work.
The ambulanceman asks him does he want to come in with the girl?
FURTHER to Robert Betteridge's letter (Birmingham Mail Talkback, December 9), as a young ambulanceman I remember nurse Julie Walters at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Swimming club members are pictured presenting the cheque to Ambulanceman Andrew Luty (left) and Leading Ambulanceman Michael Charlton JS*93694374 | Seven Shelley High School pupils cycled, ran and swam to raise money for a crime prevention booklet they are producing.
Hillsborough ambulanceman Tony Edwards is finally allowing himself to let go of the tragedy.
The inquests into the 96 deaths had heard evidence from ambulanceman Anthony Shaw, who treated survivor Andrew Devine at the ground.
Ambulanceman Duncan Scott, 47, and his partner Claire Anderson, 46, were told by a judge at the Old Bailey that they were lucky he was not jailing them immediately.
A FORMER ambulanceman had described as "unacceptable" that a patient had to wait seven hours in an ambulance outside Ysbyty Gwynedd.
The injured ambulanceman, who did not want to be named for fear of repercussions, is recovering at home after his shoulder was pierced and badly bruised in the assault.
Ambulanceman Gordon Davis (pictured in the centre of the photograph) thanked everyone for the portable resuscitator, costing around pounds 500, which had been bought specially by the Loftus Medical Aid Group for the Carlin How ambulancemen.
We could see the ambulanceman on his radio and looking at us.