draughtswoman


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draughtswoman

(ˈdræftswʊmən) or

draftswoman

n, pl -women
1. (Professions) a woman who practises or is qualified in mechanical drawing, employed to prepare detailed scale drawings of machinery, buildings, devices, etc
2. (Art Terms) a woman skilled in drawing
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draughtswoman

draftswoman (US) [ˈdrɑːftsˌwʊmən] N (draughtswomen (pl)) → dibujante f

draughtswoman

, (US) draftswoman
n pl <-women> (of plans)Zeichnerin f; (of documents, treaty etc)Verfasserin f
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North arrived in India in November 1877 with a letter of introduction to Burnell from Edward Lear, recommending her as "a great draughtswoman and botanist" and "altogetheraciously clever and delightful".
It has been designed by Miss Marjorie Bannon, left, a draughtswoman in the Town Hall Planning Department.
The daughter of a mine mechanic and an architectural draughtswoman; Evans commenced receiving awards and attaining tributes for her ballet exams.
Knights is an exquisite draughtswoman with a strong sense of the gravity of the body: the language of posture.
Miss Doreen Maude, 83, rarely talked about her work with Huddersfield's David Brown Gears, where she was a draughtswoman.
Stella, then a 20-year-old draughtswoman working on Spitfire drawings, was recommended by her boss after a call from Field Marshall Montgomery.
Dorothy's skill as a draughtswoman and her ability to draw technical, mechanical subjects led to her being commissioned by institutions such as General Motors, the Reserve Bank and Climax Rock Drills.
MHAIRI 'They're brilliant and worth buying' DRAUGHTSWOMAN Mhairi Heron, 39, from Kilbirnie, Ayrshire, said: "I'm a 36DD and really petite.
After a brief spell as an executive officer in the Ministry of Health, London, she became a draughtswoman in Bridgend council's planning department where she met her husband David.