HyperDic: manual_laborer

English > 1 sense of the expression manual laborer:
NOUNperson manual laborer, laborer, labourer, jacksomeone who works with their hands
English > manual laborer: 1 sense > noun 1, person
Meaningsomeone who works with their hands; someone engaged in manual labor.
Synonymslaborer, labourer, jack
Narroweragricultural laborer, agricultural labourerA person who tills the soil for a living
braceroA Mexican laborer who worked in the United States on farms and railroads in order to ease labor shortages / shortages during World War II
cleanersomeone whose occupation is cleaning
day laborer, day labourerA laborer who works by the day
diggerA laborer who digs
dishwashersomeone who washes dishes
drudge, peon, navvy, galley slaveA laborer who is obliged to do menial work
gandy dancerA laborer in a railroad maintenance gang
gravediggerA person who earns a living by digging graves
hewerA person who hews / hews
hired hand, hand, hired manA hired laborer on a farm or ranch
hod carrier, hodmanA laborer who carries supplies to masons or bricklayers
itinerant, gypsy, gipsyA laborer who moves from place to place as demanded by employment
lumberman, lumberjack, logger, feller, fallerA person who fells trees
miner, mineworkerlaborer who works in a mine
muleteer, mule skinner, mule driver, skinnerA worker who drives mules
platelayer, tracklayerA workman who lays / lays / lays and repairs railroad tracks
porterA person employed to carry luggage and supplies
rail-splitter, splitterA laborer who splits logs to build split-rail fences
sawyerOne who is employed to saw wood
section handA laborer assigned to a section gang
sprayerA worker who applies spray to a surface
stackerA laborer who builds up a stack or pile
steeplejacksomeone who builds or maintains very tall structures
stevedore, loader, longshoreman, docker, dockhand, dock worker, dockworker, dock-walloper, lumperA laborer who loads and unloads vessels in a port
stoker, firemanA laborer who tends fires / fires (as on a coal-fired train or steamship)
woodcuttercuts down trees and chops wood as a job
wreckersomeone who demolishes or dismantles / dismantles buildings as a job
yardmanA laborer hired to do outdoor work (such as mowing lawns)
Broaderworkman, workingman, working man, working personAn employee who performs manual or industrial labor
Spanishmano de obra, obrero, peón
Catalanpeó, treballador

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