Translation of sawyer in Spanish:


aserrador, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsɔːjə//ˈsɔjər/


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    aserrador masculine
    aserradora feminine
    • Mills works as a sawyer in Tennessee, and his poems have the kind of down-home intelligence that comes from a man listening to people talk.
    • For the nomad sawyer, working in the shop one day, in the back yard the next, and at a buddy's place on the weekend, a lightweight, bench-top table saw is an ideal choice.
    • At the highest level are craftsmen known as bosses, including carpenters, masons, electricians, welders, mechanics, and tree sawyers.
    • Opponents believe it's all a spin to provide more even-aged timber for the sawyers.
    • In 1754 an immigrant sawyer, who had begun a business in New York City, advertised that he had ‘a good house for keeping timber out of the weather.’
    • These men often were working not only as sawyers but as carpenters, coopers, and shinglemakers as well.
    • He was a husband, father, farmer, sawyer, commercial fisherman, quarryman, storyteller and, every now and then, beer drinker.
    • After Ray, who makes rolltop desks, watched a custom sawyer turn a log into lumber, he and Mark decided they wanted to make their own lumber.
    • A manual dial allows the sawyer to accurately choose the size of the lumber being targeted.
    • He arrived on the Belgravia in 1864, with a 15-year sentence to serve for house-breaking and worked as a woodcutter, sawyer, fencer and general labouring teamster.
    • Cabinetmakers' probate inventories frequently record debts to woodmen, sawyers, varnish makers, japanners, brass founders, and locksmiths.
    • The size and number of sawpits would be determined by the ability of the timber merchant to acquire material and employ sawyers.
    • The respondents ran a small factory employing two sawyers - Mr Baird's son, and the applicant - who had worked for the business for many years when he had to undergo an operation on one of his eyes.
    • He was learning to be a sawyer, helping to provide the wood for the carpenters engaged at the ‘Big House’ where further modifications and extensions were being built on the West Front.
    • Not only were numerous loggers, sawyers, and other timber industry employees injured (with a few being killed), but tens of thousands were put out of jobs.
    • Mark estimates that any city of 50,000 or more easily generates enough ‘waste ‘wood to keep a custom sawyer busy.’
    • They had a mill worked by bullocks, a general store, an Inn, a blacksmith, a pair of sawyers, several carpenters and a number of cobblers.
    • He eventually secured a job as a sawyer with an Edinburgh timber merchant, which gave him the means to support a wife and three small children.
    • These were the areas where teams of sawyers worked to saw out the various timbers to their finished dimensions.
    • Sometimes, in the mild English summers, the sawyers would work in sawpits in the woods, which often would have no covering at all.