HyperDic: mano_de_obra

Español > 3 sentidos de l'expresión mano de obra:
NOMBREperson mano de obra, obrero, peónsomeone who works with their hands
person mano de obra, bracero, hombre contratado, jornaleroa hired laborer on a farm or ranch
groupmano de obra, hombres, personal, trabajadoresthe force of workers available
Español > mano de obra: 3 sentidos > nombre 1, person
Sentidosomeone who works with their hands; someone engaged in manual labor.
Sinónimosobrero, peón
Específicoacemilero, arriero, harriero, recueroA worker who drives mules
agricultorA person who tills the soil for a living
arrumador, cargador, estibador, estibaA laborer who loads and unloads vessels in a port
asentador de vías, obrero de ferrocarriles, trabajador del ferrocarrilA workman who lays / lays / lays and repairs railroad tracks
aserradorOne who is employed to saw wood
bracero, hombre contratado, jornalero, mano de obraA hired laborer on a farm or ranch
braceroA Mexican laborer who worked in the United States on farms and railroads in order to ease labor shortages / shortages during World War II
bracero, galeote, peónA laborer who is obliged to do menial work
changador, changarín, faquín, fardero, ganapán, mozo de cordel, mozo de cuerda, mozo de esquina, palanquínA person employed to carry luggage and supplies
cortadorA person who hews / hews
demoledor, destructorsomeone who demolishes or dismantles / dismantles buildings as a job
enterrador, panteonero, sepultureroA person who earns a living by digging graves
excavadorA laborer who digs
fogoneroA laborer who tends fires / fires (as on a coal-fired train or steamship)
hachador, leñadora, leñador, maderero, trabajador forestalA person who fells trees
itineranteA laborer who moves from place to place as demanded by employment
jornaleroA laborer who works by the day
lavaplatossomeone who washes dishes
leñadorcuts down trees and chops wood as a job
limpiadorsomeone whose occupation is cleaning
minera, minerolaborer who works in a mine
obrero ferroviarioA laborer in a railroad maintenance gang
peón de albañil, peón de mano, peónA laborer who carries supplies to masons or bricklayers
Generalcontratada, contratado, currita, currito, obrera, obreroAn employee who performs manual or industrial labor
Ingléslaborer, manual laborer, labourer, jack
Catalánpeó, treballador
Verbosafanarse, fatigarse, trabajar duroWork hard
hacer trabajar mucho, laborar, matarse trabajando, presionar, trabajar durostrive and make an effort to reach / reach a goal / goal
Español > mano de obra: 3 sentidos > nombre 2, person
SentidoA hired laborer on a farm or ranch.
Sinónimosbracero, hombre contratado, jornalero
Específicoagricultor, granjero, labriego, obrero agrícola, trabajador agrícolaA hired hand on a farm
arriero, pastorsomeone who drives a herd
mozo de cuadra, mozo de establosomeone employed in a stable to take care of the horses
ranchero, vaqueroA hired hand on a ranch
Generalmano de obra, obrero, peónsomeone who works with their hands
Ingléshired hand, hand, hired man
Catalánbracer, jornaler
Español > mano de obra: 3 sentidos > nombre 3, group
SentidoThe force of workers available.
Sinónimoshombres, personal, trabajadores
Miembrosbrigada, cuadrilla, partida, tripulaciónAn organized group of workmen
PartesturnoA crew of workers who work for a specific period of time
Específicodotación, personalNumber needed to make up a whole force
Generaldotación, personal, plantillagroup of people willing / willing to obey orders
Ingléswork force, workforce, manpower, hands, men
Catalánhomes, mà d'obra, treballadors

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