chargehand

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chargehand

(ˈtʃɑːdʒˌhænd)
n
Brit a workman whose grade of responsibility is just below that of a foreman
Translations

chargehand

[ˈtʃɑːdʒhænd] N (Brit) → capataz m
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Sarah and Mike Clifford, of Telford, have thanked chargehand porter Nick Evans and porter Ruth Lowe and said without their rapid action their son, Logan, would "not be here today".
Chargehand Reg Reid who, along with a gang of workers, was busy converting the old reptile house at Hazlehead Zoo into a butterfly house, having a close encounter with an iguana
There were only three painters on each shift with one acting as chargehand. He was much more experienced than me - I was just a 22-year-old kid.
Ged had been a team leader and went back to being a chargehand, which is where his heart really is, back on to the ships, loading and organising the compound to get cargo ready for the next arrival.
John, the chargehand, screwed the corks into the bottles.
Thomas shrugged when Abraham queried: "What's got into him today?" Ieuan's silence irritated the chargehand.
Baccy-chewing Kevin, 55, a chargehand at Kellingley, North Yorks, kicks off the drama with a characteristically flamboyant song at the shaft bottom.
Other changes include the introduction of a chargehand on each bin collection round in the hope it will reduce missed bin collections.
Paul operated as a chargehand for Blaydon-based civil engineers Owen Pugh Construction, which carried out the repair work to the re-hit Dunston Staiths in Gateshead.
The most celebrated chargehand in the history of the club.