Translation of chargehand in Spanish:


encargado, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtʃɑːdʒhand//ˈtʃɑrdʒhænd/



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    encargado masculine
    encargada feminine
    • In your group is a consultant, a chargehand and a worker.
    • The accident happened when the woman, a stand-in chargehand, was working in the factory's pre-pack section.
    • The chargehand shouted: ‘It's OK, stay put, don't panic, it'll pass over.’
    • The inquest was told that Albert, a chargehand, worked at the carriageworks from 1945 until 1980.
    • On each site where the work is in progress the Contractor must maintain a competent foreman or chargehand who has complete control of all labour engaged on the work.
    • The driver, Paul Martin, a 42-year-old chargehand from West Stockwith on the Isle of Axeholme in North Lincolnshire, was also killed.
    • Assisting Rangi Ram and the British soldiers were a couple of Wallahs (chargehands), Muhammed and Rumzan.
    • He worked as a chargehand for the railway company.
    • In the absence of the supervisor, the chargehand is to liaise with external contractors.
    • Drivers could lose nearly £1,400 per year, while chargehands could also face a drop in wages.
    • Until he was made redundant last year, he worked at Horwich Castings as a chargehand.