Translation of surveyor in Spanish:


agrimensor, n.

Pronunciation /sərˈveɪər//səˈveɪə/


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    (of land)
    agrimensor masculine
    agrimensora feminine
    topógrafo masculine
    topógrafa feminine
    • A surveyor's report found that the smallpox isolation hospital at Winterburn was in a poor state.
    • Ken Ryan, a qualified quantity surveyor, spent 15 years as head of a construction company in Zimbabwe.
    • As with all property purchases employing a structural surveyor to visit the property is definitely within your best interests.
    • Usually, a purchaser should rely upon his own inspection and his surveyor's report.
    • An independent surveyor who examined the building last month reported that it would be unsafe to open the pool without some repairs to the roof and to other parts of the building.
    • Chartered building surveyors will examine a property (particularly older ones) for structural damage such as subsidence, dry and wet rot and leaking roofs.
    • In 1842 a horse was bought in Australia and shipped over for the chief surveyor to use.
    • In 1908, the cave company decided to employ some surveyors to try and find a new entrance.
    • Since 1970 he has been in private practice as a building surveyor.
    • Mr. Neil Cummings was a building surveyor with 23 years' experience as such.
    • On Monday, council surveyors were inspecting the building to assess the damage, which is thought to be considerable.
    • Williams thinks surveyors are often responsible for today's map errors.
    • Members agreed to instruct the surveyor to make his report and would make a final decision based on that report.
    • The mortgage company will instruct the surveyor to perform the survey.
    • So far as I understand it, they are appointing an alternative surveyor.
    • Darwen's top building surveyor enjoyed a pint to mark his retirement.
    • I do not have the expertise and for this reason I would like an independent surveyor to be appointed.
    • The council has employed surveyors to investigate the site and carry out borehole tests before repair work begins.
    • On the positive side, our buyers are sticking with the programme, and have appointed a new surveyor.
    • The company is no longer in existence, and today a firm of chartered quantity surveyors occupies the premises.
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    (of building)
    perito masculine
    perita feminine