English version

welder

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Occupations, Industry
welderweld‧er /ˈweldə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  BOTIsomeone whose job is to weld metal in a factory
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welderShe moved to Portland, Ore., where she worked several jobs until later working as a welder at the shipyards.Mrs Jones married a welder from Antigua and had four children.An official at Zaporizha's regional council said one welder was burned to death immediately.Are you a competent carpenter, plumber, welder, mechanic?Enter the local media; exit the welder with the blowtorch.At four-fifteen the welders secured and washed their hands.The pressure on the welders would have involved a very high rejection rate - a problem overcome by robot welding.
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