In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1we need a general handyman — necesitamos alguien que se ocupe del mantenimiento en general
- I'm not much of a handyman — no me doy mucha maña para los trabajos y arreglos de la casa
- Everything was blooming and many local handymen, gardeners and maids were on the road.
- Most of the work was done on a voluntary basis with bricklayers, plasterers, joiners, electricians, plumbers, painters and general handymen all freely giving their time and expertise to bring this great project to fruition.
- I'm really sure I've seen this business before… someone who put together a consortium of retired handymen / DIYers, and they even had a price on their site for each individual piece of Ikea furniture.
- The handymen - described as small repairs technicians - will carry out minor joinery, plumbing and safety work for a fraction of the cost of a regular contractor.
- However they also said that these men were not trained to use their weapons, and were probably farmers or handymen.
- It is not appropriate for do-it-yourself installation unless done by an accomplished handyman.
- Janitors, handymen and elevator operators are to receive a 9.5 percent wage increase over the course of a three-year agreement.
- Locals were happy to work as cooks, cleaners and handymen.
- Do we expect them to be hair connoisseurs, fashion designers, handymen, scientists, builders, artists, romantic singers, athletes, leaders, and warriors?
- My advice is to find a handyman who can nail a piece of plywood in front of your furnace.
- ‘We are also employing seven new handymen and women to help in the upkeep of estates,’ said Coun Sunderland.
- If the wells are made of brick, a mason or a skilled handyman can add another row or two of bricks on top of the existing wall.
- Have a handyman make all repairs at the same time to avoid multiple visits.
- They called the carpenter / handyman who does most of the repairs in our complex.
- This has been supplemented with pay from occasional work as a handyman.
- He's the club secretary, the manager and the voluntary handyman.
- Parish councillors had employed a handyman to put up the signs at the field and he had been subjected to verbal abuse by dog owners, said Coun Campbell.
- A second opinion on these repairs should be obtained from a licensed general contractor, rather than a handyman.
- Hire a handyman or carpenter to have cabinets, closets and shelves all built right into your garage.
- Closets cost less than built-in cabinetry, and they can be built by a handyman who is accustomed to framing and drywalling.
hombre habilidoso para trabajos de carpintería, albañilería etc
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