Traducción de clockmaker en Español:

clockmaker

relojero, n.

Pronunciación /ˈklɒkmeɪkə//ˈklɑkˌmeɪkər/

nombre

  • 1

    relojero masculino
    relojera femenino
    • I have seen this done with clockmakers and their apprentices, but never with any aspect of bookbinding.
    • He addressed his advertisements specifically to clockmakers.
    • It was common practice for provincial clockmakers to contrive a skeleton clock as a window display.
    • Recently I came across the analogy of the clockmaker.
    • A high-end performance of fine mechanics is executed, which will appeal to the clockmaker in every Swiss.
    • So they invented the clock, without encouraging clockmakers.
    • Recent research into the assessors' records has documented seven previously unrecorded Boston clockmakers working between 1787 and 1799.
    • Dials became more and more elaborate with the passage of time, and some clockmakers employed artists to decorate them.
    • Halley treated him cordially and suggested that Harrison consult George Graham, one of London's leading clockmakers.
    • Some time in the fifteenth century, clockmakers started to use tightly coiled blades of metal - springs - to power their timepieces, instead of gravity.
    • A clockmaker had prepared plans for a timepiece for one of the kings of France.
    • Anyway, this guy, he's supposedly a clockmaker in Venice.
    • This variety only appears chaotic if we assume that Roxbury makers functioned as traditional clockmakers.
    • Most clockmakers thought it was impossible, as typical land clocks of the era routinely gained or lost 15 minutes a day.
    • I felt like a clock before the clockmaker picks its components apart.
    • For 30 years, he made instruments for the chemical industry after being advised as a youngster against a career as a clockmaker.
    • In 1735 Parliament's challenge was met by an English clockmaker, John Harrison.
    • Around 1660, clocks with longer pendulums were introduced by English clockmakers.
    • The other approach is to bless a lowly subject, such as the life and times of a clockmaker, with the grandeur and solemnity of an epic.
    • Plans are being made to commemorate the famous clockmaker who solved a navigational puzzle that had cost countless mariners' lives.