Translation of picker in Spanish:

picker

recolector, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɪkə//ˈpɪkər/

noun

  • 1

    (person)
    recolector masculine
    recolectora feminine
    • Additional pressured water is required for mechanical pickers.
    • The action, led by the Coalition of Workers, follows a work stoppage last December and a hunger strike by six tomato pickers two seasons ago.
    • They note that if the company paid one cent more for each bushel of tomatoes, tomato pickers ' wages could be roughly doubled.
    • Homer leaves the orphanage and ends up working with migrant apple pickers.
    • The blues were in part the cotton pickers' lament for a life of serfdom.
    • Today's tomato pickers toil in often dangerous conditions for rock-bottom wages; they must pick two tons of tomatoes to earn just $50.
    • But while the migrant pickers may be footloose, they are not carefree.
    • The chanterelle is the perfect specimen for novice mushroom pickers to spot.
    • She then worked as a fruit picker to raise her children.
    • Police are still questioning seven people over the deaths of the Chinese cockle pickers.
    • Likewise, another film highlights the problems of child rag pickers in Delhi.
    • They provide gloves, bags and litter pickers and they also remove the collected rubbish.
    • How great were the reductions in monitoring and turnover costs wrought by the tractor and the mechanical cotton picker?
    • A mechanical tomato picker developed at public expense by researchers, for instance, greatly reduced labour costs for the large farms that could afford the machine's initial cost.
    • They drive out of the camp and see a sign asking for cotton pickers.
    • Mushroom pickers are hailing this autumn's harvests as among the best in recent memory.
    • Investigations are continuing after raids on tomato and capsicum pickers and packers near the town.
  • 2

    (machine)
    recolectora feminine