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warehouseman

(ˈwɛəˌhaʊsmən)
n, pl -men
(Commerce) a person who manages, is employed in, or owns a warehouse
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.warehouseman - a workman who manages or works in a warehousewarehouseman - a workman who manages or works in a warehouse
working man, working person, workingman, workman - an employee who performs manual or industrial labor
Translations

warehouseman

[ˈwɛəhaʊsmən] N (warehousemen (pl)) → almacenista m

warehouseman

n pl <-men> → Lagerarbeiter m

warehouseman

[ˈwɛəˌhaʊsmən] n (-men (pl)) → magazziniere m
References in classic literature ?
Passing through a warehouse which presented every indication of a thriving business, Mr Cheeryble (for such Nicholas supposed him to be, from the respect which had been shown him by the warehousemen and porters whom they passed) led him into a little partitioned-off counting-house like a large glass case, in which counting-house there sat--as free from dust and blemish as if he had been fixed into the glass case before the top was put on, and had never come out since--a fat, elderly, large-faced clerk, with silver spectacles and a powdered head.
They were cotton workers, ale house keepers, soldiers, clerks, messengers, and warehousemen.
25 years ago TWO dishonest warehousemen who were effectively running their own business supplying furniture they had stolen from their employers, MFI in Thornaby, were jailed for 18 months.
One of the warehousemen had been dispensing the methanol into portable plastic drums, when the supply tank ran dry.
Last night Durham police said the un-named victim, who works as a warehousemen, told investigating officers he believed one of the gang may have been filming the attack on a mobile phone, a craze known as 'happy slapping'.
On the opposite side of the square is Richard Lunt and Company, who were wholesale warehousemen.
The union said it is protecting the interests of nearly 1,500 Teamster drivers and warehousemen at three SAB-Miller breweries, and wanted to learn about South African Breweries' labor relations in its home market.
We think there are 600 medium to large sized warehousemen in the United States," said Dick Armstrong, President of Armstrong & Associates.
Although he recognised the two other warehousemen in the picture, he cannot remember their names.
According to Sara Lee, in the summer of 2001, Daymark stopped paying certain carriers and warehousemen all or part of what they were owed for handling Sara Lee products.
Around 70 staff - mainly office and sales staff, warehousemen and drivers - are employed by JMI at its Merseyside headquarters and the firm is currently advertising for another 10 people.
warehousemen, operators and all other warehouse employees.