Traducción de docker en Español:

docker

estibador, n.

Pronunciación /ˈdɒkə//ˈdɑkər/

nombre

Britanico

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    estibador masculino
    estibadora femenino
    cargador masculino
    cargadora femenino
    • At one point 16,000 dockers organised mobile pickets and closed the docks along the Thames.
    • The dockers refused to load the ship and prevented it from sailing.
    • The dockers stopped nearly all work at the port.
    • Business became so bad that many dockers lost their jobs and the number of ships sailing to and from British ports dwindled to almost nothing.
    • A powerful half-page photo showed gaunt, desperate-looking London dockers queuing at the dock gate in a dim half-light.
    • When the stewards were sentenced to three months' imprisonment, the industrial action spread to include dockers, who closed the port of Belfast.
    • But, whatever the outcome, it is certain to have a huge impact on both the life of the docker and the future of their work at the port from thereon in.
    • That, he said, would involve dockers and all other unionised workers in Belview Port.
    • In 1919, dockers in the city of Seattle refused to load arms for use against the recent Russian Revolution.
    • The dockers known as longshoremen are part of this powerful and progressive union on the West Coast of the US.
    • They were mistrustful of the old labor hierarchy that had lost the power and will to improve the lives of rank-and-file dockers and sailors.
    • In 1995 some 500 dockers were sacked for taking solidarity action with workers employed by a minor dockyard contractor.
    • The day before the threatened jailing unofficial strikes hit most ports, pulling out some 35,000 dockers.
    • In South Wales dockers refused to unload coal, and train drivers refused to move it.
    • His pictures split and shimmy from one group of people to another, whether it's miners, dockers or shipbuilders.
    • He said that he was still concerned over the future of the jobs of dockers and others relying on ships coming into the harbour.
    • Around 10, 500 US dockers have been locked out of ports along the US West Coast for resisting the bosses' attacks.
    • In the old basin, where ships were once unloaded by wind-burnt dockers, there are now cafes, shops, and a growing number of tourist attractions.
    • Many of them were dockers who carried heavy loads of cargo while rushing in a great hurry.