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1. One who works or manufactures objects, especially utensils, in copper.
2. A brightly colored bird (Megalaima haemacephala) of South and Southeast Asia, characterized by its ringing metallic call.
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1. (Metallurgy) a person who works copper or copper alloys
2. (Animals) an Asian barbet (a bird), Megalaima haemacephala, the call of which has a ringing metallic note
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(ˈkɒp ərˌsmɪθ)

a person who works in copper.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.coppersmith - someone who makes articles from coppercoppersmith - someone who makes articles from copper
artisan, journeyman, artificer, craftsman - a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
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[ˈkɒpəsmɪθ] Ncobrero/a m/f
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References in classic literature ?
Tell the Coppersmith, Darzee, and he will tell the garden that Nagaina is dead."
The Coppersmith is a bird who makes a noise exactly like the beating of a little hammer on a copper pot; and the reason he is always making it is because he is the town crier to every Indian garden, and tells all the news to everybody who cares to listen.
"Pip, dear old chap, life is made of ever so many partings welded together, as I may say, and one man's a blacksmith, and one's a whitesmith, and one's a goldsmith, and one's a coppersmith. Diwisions among such must come, and must be met as they come.
He might have been a coppersmith, and still been musical.
Pradon, master-brazier and coppersmith in Paris, Rue Farm- Garlin, who died last year.
The whisky and spirits giant's largest warehousing operation is at Blackgrange and is has a cooperage at Cambus, coppersmiths in Alloa and a global brand archive in Menstrie.
Aleppo, SANA- The sounds of copper hammers are frequently heard at work in Souk al-Nahasin(market)in Aleppo's Old City declaring the return of life to this ancient souk, which has been damaged by terrorism with some coppersmiths having reopened their workshops.
Colorfulstands presented at the festival form symbolic carpet weaving village, pottery quarter, village of coppersmiths that immensethe festival`s guests into the wonderful atmosphere of the past.
The city's craftsmen, especially their coppersmiths, are renowned for their unique work because residents used copper in everything, from kettles and kitchen items to copper plate sets, back in the day.
Not far away we arrive at the Ambercrombie Coppersmiths which makes the stills without which there The stills we make are nothing less than copper sculptures would be no whisky.
Handcrafted at CFB Boilers' manufacturing facility in Essex, this exclusive 4VT Steam Boiler underwent an overskin process using a 12mm copper sheet--the same material that is used by coppersmiths in the brewing industry on copper tanks, vessels and pipework--to give the boiler a more traditional look.
Its own coppersmiths are charged with upkeep of the stills, defining the smooth, honeyed flavor of the whisky while the preparation of the casks is managed by highly skilled in-house coopers.