tool-maker


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tool-maker

(ˈtuːlˌmeɪkə)
n
(Crafts) a person who specializes in the production or reconditioning of precision tools, cutters, etc
ˈtool-ˌmaking n
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Translations

tool-maker

[ˈtuːlˌmeɪkəʳ] nchi fabbrica attrezzi
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References in classic literature ?
Lastly, the quantity of ironware that we use is so large that an agricultural implement and tool-maker has removed into the town, and is very well satisfied with the result.
Candidates for the new tool-maker roles will be expected to have experience with automated press tooling and to have worked in a busy production environment.
Charlie returned to his job as a tool-maker at Alfred Herbert and was an ARP during World War Two, being too old to be called up.
The 46-year-old tool-maker from Moreton stayed sharp on a mediocre peg at Edge Lane and worked hard to catch 150 fish to weigh-in with 7lb 5oz.
The politician, who described himself as a tool-maker and a former member of the SAS in his campaign leaflet, said: "I'm not guilty of any offence at all."
But now he has two colleagues: a sales manager and a tool-maker. "That's handy with a product that requires new tooling every time you make a density change," Rock notes.
He was, I believe a tool-maker, with premises in Cooksey Road.
Katie said: "At first I simply could not believe it and when at last it did sink in I just burst into tears but now I'm over the moon," Jamie, a tool-maker, said: "I just answered the questions that were being asked, sent in my entry and promptly forgot all about it.