roadsweeper


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roadsweeper

[ˈrəʊdˌswiːpəʳ] n (Brit) (person) → spazzino; (vehicle) → autospazzatrice f
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The Rochdale council roadsweeper was unmanned at the time of the collision.
"They did a similar one at Mount Pleasant a little later and I came second to Paddy the roadsweeper, which made me smile.
But Dean, who plays roadsweeper Robbie Jackson, is keeping his diet balanced - he has also taken to scoffing black grapes to help him brush up his lines.
Dean, aka roadsweeper Robbie Jackson, said: "We have got a Costa in there now which is nice.
No kids playing, no roadsweeper, no bobby on the beat, no housewives swilling their paths and polishing their steps.
The default position of most developers appears to be to do absolutely nothing until lots of people have complained at which point they trundle out a useless roadsweeper dribbling less water than most people gargle with, which smears tiny skidding on and having an have any claim builders who the road conditions?
My favourite was a roadsweeper who happened to be walking past a friend of mine when he'd just finished his bottle of water.
There was a young energetic man, a council worker, picking up cigarette ends and other small stuff left by the roadsweeper.
Cardiff corporation roadsweeper Melville Hale sweeps up rubbish left by fans after Bowie's 1987 gig
A ROADSWEEPER scooped PS4.5 million on the Lotto - then went to work because he didn't believe he had won.
ROADSWEEPER DESK VAC (pounds 9.99 iwantoneofthose.com) Flick the switch on the internal vacuum and push this shrunken sweeper around your crumb-ridden desk.