clockmaker


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clockmaker

(ˈklɒkˌmeɪkə)
n
(Horology) a person who makes or mends clocks, watches, etc

clock•mak•er

(ˈklɒkˌmeɪ kər)

n.
a person who makes or repairs clocks.
[1400–50]
clock′mak`ing, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.clockmaker - someone whose occupation is making or repairing clocks and watchesclockmaker - someone whose occupation is making or repairing clocks and watches
artisan, journeyman, artificer, craftsman - a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
Translations

clockmaker

[ˈklɒkˌmeɪkəʳ] Nrelojero/a m/f

clockmaker

[ˈklɒkˌmeɪkəʳ] norologiaio
References in classic literature ?
Then the clockmaker came, and, after a great deal of talking and examining, he put the bird somewhat in order, but he said that it must be very seldom used as the works were nearly worn out, and it was impossible to put in new ones.
Next year a druggist surely ought to come among us, and next we want a clockmaker, a furniture dealer, and a bookseller; and so, by degrees, we shall have all the desirable luxuries of life.
So far, and waiving their use to himself, a clockmaker could have made a better pair.
Triboro Crane Services from Boylston and the Clock Man, a clockmaker, repair and restoration company on Main Street, were called in to assist in examining the front clock and removing both hands, she said.
I AM part of a group researching Thomas Tait, a clockmaker in Belford, Northumberland, in the early 1800s, as part of a project on the village's dissenting history funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Tim Easterby, trainer of Mirrored, Clockmaker and Amethyst Dawn "I'm not sure about the trip for Mirrored but he seems in good form and I would have run him in the Bunbury Cup but he didn't get in.
The request for a 'special design of architect' is clearly recorded in Order 957 Bute Docks, Cardiff, in clockmaker William Potts' records.
When William Evans, a clockmaker of some note serving the Brecon area in the late 1600s, decided to build himself a cottage on the banks of the River Usk at Trecastle, it was called Ynysfaen, which may mean that there was a rocky meadow close by.
Humphrey Hadley changed his occupation from gunmaker to clockmaker (the two professions were actually not that far apart) towards the end of the 17th century, and he became the official overseer of all the town clocks.
A CLOCKMAKER has brought a timepiece at Warwickshire College back to its former glory - with modern technology.
Thomas Arlott is first recorded as being a master clockmaker in Sunderland in 1780 and records continue with his son William Arlott to 1827.
Abel Stowell was a silversmith, inventor and clockmaker born in 1752 in Worcester.