Translation of steeplejack in Spanish:

steeplejack

Pronunciation /ˈstiːp(ə)ldʒak//ˈstipəlˌdʒæk/

noun

  • 1

    persona que repara chimeneas, torres etc
    • The celebrity steeplejack started building the pithead system with a 70 ft mineshaft to pay tribute to Bolton's history, but got into trouble after neighbours complained.
    • Visitors to the steam and vintage fair will be asked to make a donation to the appeal to provide a lasting memorial to the Bolton steeplejack who died of cancer last November.
    • In this way, like superior steeplejacks, climbers overcame these gigantic cliffs, a voyage of discovery on an ocean of fear.
    • Three men were fined a total of £17,000 today after pleading guilty to breaches of health and safety regulations that led to the death of two steeplejacks.
    • In January this year steeplejacks climbed 100 ft above the minister floor and painstakingly removed sections, to assess what needed to be done and how much it might cost.
    • These modern-day steeplejacks do something I would never contemplate - climbing towers and literally hanging off them.
    • A councillor is supporting calls for a memorial to be placed on the site of a former factory in Westhoughton where two steeplejacks were killed.
    • ‘I could have died a happy steeplejack on that job,’ says Fred.
    • Originally a steeplejack, Fred became an unlikely celebrity and has been the star of more than 20 documentaries uncovering Britain's industrial heritage.
    • Originally a steeplejack, cloth-capped Fred became an unlikely celebrity and has been the star of more than 20 documentaries uncovering Britain's industrial heritage.
    • The celebrity steeplejack started building a fully-working Victorian mineshaft behind his house in Radcliffe Road, Bolton, without asking permission.
    • His grandmother was a widow whose steeplejack husband had died in a tragic accident, and who subsequently lost two of her four sons in the war.
    • Bert, pictured, who is the third generation of his family to work for the company, was the youngest steeplejack in the city when he started out on April 7, 1953.
    • They may be miners or steeplejacks, bank clerks or civil servants: it's just that whatever they do for a living and however hard they work at it, they are never going to become multimillionaires.
    • People in other occupations - say, steeplejacks, miners, deep-sea divers, anyone working with asbestos - may be exposed to higher risks of job related disease or death.
    • Celebrity steeplejack Fred Dibnah was supposed to end his days of felling factory chimneys with the demolition of the 175-ft Park Mill chimney in Royton yesterday.
    • Ultimately, the computer doesn't care how we get to a final software design any more than the steeplejack building a bridge cares how the bridge design was refined and validated.
    • Archibald, Gilchrist and Muir had an information storage and retrieval system which required the services of a suicidal steeplejack.
    • When his first wife walked out on him, she accused the eccentric, chimney-toppling steeplejack of living in the last century.
    • Dublin-based company Rainey and Co have employed the steeplejacks who braved last week's high winds.