Definition of 'contractor'
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The contractor started to tear down the house a whole week ahead of schedule. THREE IN ONE (2001)The council should be filling in the holes, not a private contractor. GALILEE (2001)She called in a contractor to make the necessary repairs, then turned the space over to a real estate broker for leasing. ROSES ARE FOR THE RICH (2001)
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British English: contractor /ˈkɒntræktə; kənˈtræk-/ NOUN
A contractor is a person or company that works for other people or companies.
...a building contractor.
- American English: contractor
- Arabic: مُقَاوِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: empreiteiro
- Chinese: 承包商
- Croatian: ugovaratelj
- Czech: dodavatel
- Danish: entreprenør
- Dutch: aannemer
- European Spanish: contratista
- Finnish: urakoitsija
- French: sous-traitant
- German: Auftragnehmer
- Greek: ανάδοχος
- Italian: contraente
- Japanese: 契約人
- Korean: 계약자
- Norwegian: entreprenør
- Polish: kontrahent
- European Portuguese: empreiteiro
- Romanian: contractor
- Russian: подрядчик
- Spanish: contratista
- Swedish: underleverantör
- Thai: ผู้ทำสัญญา
- Turkish: yüklenici
- Ukrainian: підрядник
- Vietnamese: nhà thầu
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