In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Buildingalbañilstone mason — mampostero masculine
- A temple project would often be of such magnitude that more than one generation of master cutters and masons would be required to finish it.
- The building trades are well represented, with carpenters, masons, painters and plasterers all listed.
- Since then, other building trades, such as the cement masons and bricklayers, have conceded similar changes in their labor contracts with the city.
- The labourers stand in cheaply-bought clogs while the skilled masons are marked out by their leather boots.
- 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.
- The Minster has a skilled team of masons ready to begin.
- The stone mason has started work on the first cone and has even provided some weathered stones from his own private store.
- In a tool-shed at the bottom of the garden, lay the relics of building-materials, left by masons lately employed to repair a part of the premises.
- That's where my holidays were spent, playing in the drawing offices and with the masons and glaziers.
- The individual houses rely on simple floor plans and building methods, enabling local masons and craftspeople to construct them.
- Visitors can watch masons, carvers and carpenters at work and there will be tours of the building including the drawing shop and the plaster cast museum.
- Many of them were skilled artisans, such as silversmiths, masons, milliners, cobblers, singers and tailors.
- Choose your stone mason carefully because once the job is done it is too difficult and costly to change.
- The masons will be going back to the bare stone and will then have to paint over the top.
- Anyone who arrived at the building site and claimed that they were a master mason would be tested by the Master Mason and by master masons already working on the site.
- He designed stained glass and marquetry and, as the son of a mason, he may have worked in stone.
- Under current law any memorial is the responsibility of the stone mason who constructed it for a period of 30 years.
- Plastering was performed by masons until it became a specialty of its own in the nineteenth century.
- He said: ‘For masons in Scotland, as well as historians, this new development is very exciting.’
- He was a mason, plasterer, bricklayer, and later a building contractor.
2also Mason""Freemasonmasón masculinefrancmasón masculine
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