In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1peón masculinemasculine peón de albañilfarm laborer — peón masculine Latin America
- day laborer — bracera
- ‘I am just a widower looking after his three children; a poor labourer who gets by picking olives and minding the vegetable patch,’ he told reporters.
- The work of construction laborers is closely related to other construction occupations.
- He became a press operator and then moved into the building trade as a labourer until an industrial injury on a building site left him unable to continue.
- By industry and thrift, labourers would have the chance to buy their own land.
- Most construction laborers learn informally on the job, but becoming an apprentice can really pay off.
- Also with the highest overall injury rate, the region's laborers were the most likely to face physical risk.
- This law excluded Chinese laborers, both skilled and unskilled, from entering the United States for ten years.
- They say the system is broken and it is creating hardship for day laborers and their families.
- Officials said that the labourers lived in overcrowded conditions with no proper sanitation facilities.
- Most of these child labourers work under the nose of senior government officials.
- Only the large and very large farms, 17 per cent of the total, were large enough to require the employment of a permanent labourer.
- Industrial and agricultural child labourers work long, monotonous hours, with few breaks.
- It is the laborer who produces things for the consumer to buy and for the capitalist to profit from.
- The indigenous Irish community were to be employed as labourers in the colony.
- It also employs labourers to help clear sites, providing pay that enables Afghan men to put food on the table for their families.
- A construction labourer was killed and another sustained injuries when a private bus hit their motorcycle in Vazhapadi here on Sunday.
- Authorities say the trio offered the day laborers work and then drove them to secluded areas to rob them at knifepoint.
- Mr Rooney was a labourer, with little employment to be had around Croxteth.
- The labourers employed there had also worked in Queensland and Fiji, where they had used pidgin English.
- Through the Bootham-based Youth Enquiry Service he has the chance of a room in a shared house, which could lead to employment as a labourer.
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