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 Translation for 'roofer' from English to Greek
NOUN   a roofer | roofers
roofer {noun}τεχνίτης {ο} για στέγες
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Translation for 'roofer' from English to Greek

roofer {noun}
τεχνίτης {ο} για στέγες
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Usage Examples English
  • In 2019, Johnstone said that he had been working full-time as a roofer since 2017.
  • Don Bergen described himself as a roofer. He ran for the Rhinoceros Party in two federal elections.
  • Thrippleton worked as a roofer and tiler before taking up acting in the 1980s.
  • In Australia, this type of carpenter is called a "roof carpenter" and the term "roofer" refers to someone who installs the roof "cladding" (tiles, tin, etc.).
  • Leyendecker is an occupational surname, meaning 'slate roofer' in Middle High German and Middle Dutch.

  • In 1953, the newspaper "Liberation" published a death-bed confession by a Parisian roofer that he had murdered Zola by blocking the chimney of his house.
  • The name of the roofer's tool, the "zax", is a development from this word.
  • Samuel Klein suggested that the term "circle maker" relates to Honi's profession as a roofer (in Hebrew Me'agel).
  • When Pearson bent the frame of his own race car early in the 1961 season, he began working as a house roofer in Spartanburg to support his family, which included two sons.
  • Both buildings have been commissioned by Matthaüs Wybrański, working as roofer. He was living at "35 Mittelstraße" (Nr.58) and kept ownership of the houses till the late 1930s.

  • The roofer was called Niclaus Gebhard.
  • A period of stability followed, with Lucas working as a roofer, fixing neighbors' cars and scavenging scrap.
  • Williams was born in Church Village and now lives in Clydach Vale in the Rhondda Valleys. He worked as a roofer before becoming a professional boxer.
  • A person that specializes in roof construction is called a roofer.
  • Solomon Milshtein was born to a family of a Jewish roofer in Vilno, then in the Russian Empire.

  • Boedigheimer was born on September 28, 1978 in Minnesota to Peter (1953-2008) and Julie Boedigheimer. His father was a roofer.
  • Away from darts, Warren works as a roofer and lives in Tynewydd, Rhondda Cynon Taf. He is sponsored by Red Dragon Darts.
  • He trained as a roofer while a non-league player and in 2008 worked on an extension at Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard's house.
  • Darren works as a roofer in Manchester, his company called Slates & Ladders.
  • Most roofers work in a variety of weather conditions, sometimes severe heat, and resist wearing an apparatus such as a safety harness.

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