Definition of 'bricklayer'
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They can get good apprenticeships, they can earn a lot of money being a bricklayer, plasterer or hairdresser. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The 50-year-old carpenter and bricklayer turned fighter cannot tell. Times, Sunday Times (2015)If it is seen as the useful quality of a master bricklayer, then you will not be distressed'. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)
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Translations for 'bricklayer'
British English: bricklayer /ˈbrɪkˌleɪə/ NOUN
A bricklayer is a person whose job is to build walls using bricks.
- American English: bricklayer
- Arabic: بنَّاء آجُرّيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: pedreiro
- Chinese: 砖匠
- Croatian: zidar
- Czech: zedník
- Danish: murer
- Dutch: metselaar
- European Spanish: albañil
- Finnish: muurari
- French: maçon
- German: Maurer
- Greek: χτίστης τούβλων
- Italian: muratore
- Japanese: 煉瓦職人
- Korean: 벽돌공
- Norwegian: murer
- Polish: murarz
- European Portuguese: pedreiro
- Romanian: zidar
- Russian: каменщик
- Spanish: albañil
- Swedish: murare
- Thai: ช่างปูน
- Turkish: duvarcı
- Ukrainian: муляр
- Vietnamese: thợ nề
Definition of bricklayer from the Collins English Dictionary
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