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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdecoratordec‧o‧ra‧tor /ˈdekəreɪtə $ -ər/ noun [countable] especially British English  DECORATEPAINTsomeone who paints houses and puts paper on the walls as their job
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decoratorI shook my head and told him that I was not a decorator and would not engage one.She considered the builders and decorators at Hillmarden were being unconscionably slow.My uncle Bill's been a painter and decorator all his life.As an interior decorator, Paula Curry was a real professional.He sent decorators to pick out carpet and paint schemes for a new training facility in Anaheim, Calif.That Tiepolo was merely a supreme decorator is one of the notions this show wants to dispel.We wanted the work to be done properly, so we decided to get the decorators in.We've had the decorators in all week.They would have the decorators in.The decorators have left their ladders and paints all over the house -- it a real mess.Porter's Lexington team handled the sales project, with decorator contributing her colour expertise.
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