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trawlerman

(ˈtrɔːləmən)
n, pl -men
(Fishing) a person working on a fishing trawler at sea
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trawlerman

n pl <-men> → Trawlerfischer m
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Participating celebrities include trawlerman Jimmy Buchan, TV presenters Alan Titchmarsh and Fern Britton, Four Weddings and a Funeral writer Richard Curtis, lead singer of the Bay City Rollers Les McKeown and Michelin star-winning chef Nathan Outlaw.
The couple met four years ago, and at the time, Sarah was yet to acquire a taste for fish despite her grandfather being an original Swansea trawlerman. "I didn't eat much fish before and it's only from having it cooked properly that I realised that I liked it.
The anguish of that character is conveyed movingly by Simon Thorpe, and Richard Wiegold is his confident antithesis, the trawlerman Daland.
The search and rescue helicopter crashed after hitting Blackrock Island while coming back from supporting a mission for an injured trawlerman out in the Atlantic.
A Dutch trawlerman had hauled the device, dropped by German bombers in the Second World War, on to the deck of his vessel after it was caught in its fishing nets.
A FORMER trawlerman has turned entrepreneur with the launch of a kayak angling business on the Menai Strait.
The beurre blanc sauce would have made a French trawlerman swoon - this was Walsh's fine dining background shining through.
This time, however, he was down in Devon to try his hand at being a trawlerman.
Five series in and showing no sign of flagging, the funnyman's attempt at mucking in as a Devonshire trawlerman was one of the best episodes so far.
Former trawlerman John Vincent, now a guide, showed her around the award-winning dockside museum with its mocked-up 1950s high street complete with a traditional pub, which he and Kate called into.
Former trawlerman John Vincent, now a guide, showed her around the award-winning museum, with its mocked-up 1950s high street complete with a traditional pub, which he and Kate called into.