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groundsman in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgroundsmangrounds‧man /ˈɡraʊndzmən/ noun (plural groundsmen /-mən/) [countable]  especially British EnglishBO a man whose job is to take care of a large garden or sports field syn groundskeeper American English
Examples from the Corpus
groundsmanThey found that a groundsman had dolled off the hurdle instead of the adjacent steeplechase fence - ommitted because of false ground.In both cases, turf maintenance is high on the agenda - and head groundsman Steve Tingley is already is Paris.Soon after he joined Rangers he was involved in a nasty and bitter dismissal, sacking the club's long standing groundsman.Her family, like mine, was a respectable working-class one, her father being the groundsman at a private preparatory school.One, thanks to the groundsman, is kitted out by a pigeon club.It had a non-resident, part-time caretaker, extensive grounds maintained by a part-time groundsman and a low level of clerical support.