Definition of 'dustman'
Example sentences containing 'dustman'
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There always seems to be trouble down there these days. ' Kim grunted, `If I were a dustman, I'd go on strike for ever. THE THIRD CLASS GENIE`Well, I wouldn't expect our Caro to be out with the dustman. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMENIf you were a dustman, you could make a start on that room of yours," retorted her mother. THE THIRD CLASS GENIE
Trends of 'dustman'
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Translations for 'dustman'
British English: dustman /ˈdʌstmən/ NOUN
A dustman is a person whose job is to empty the rubbish from people's dustbins and take it away to be disposed of.
- American English: garbage collector
- Arabic: زَبَّال
- Brazilian Portuguese: lixeiro
- Chinese: 垃圾工
- Croatian: smetlar
- Czech: popelář
- Danish: skraldemand
- Dutch: vuilnisman
- European Spanish: basurero
- Finnish: roskakuski
- French: éboueur
- German: Müllmann
- Greek: σκουπιδιάρης
- Italian: netturbino
- Japanese: ごみ収集人
- Korean: 청소부
- Norwegian: søppelkjører
- Polish: śmieciarz
- European Portuguese: homem do lixo
- Romanian: gunoier
- Russian: мусорщик
- Spanish: basurero
- Swedish: sopphämtare
- Thai: คนเก็บขยะ
- Turkish: çöpçü
- Ukrainian: сміттяр
- Vietnamese: người hốt rác
Definition of dustman from the Collins English Dictionary
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