contractor[ kon-trak-ter, kuh n-trak-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF contractor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONTRACTOR
He was standing in front of the building, discussing some matter with the contractor.
Later on, his father, as a contractor for the army, had made a considerable fortune.
He can call for them at any time, and the contractor must deliver them into his charge.
Terms as low as those of any other contractor for the same kind and style of work.
He's a contractor himself, who furnishes labor for the quarries.
“Quite sufficient for any decent woman,” retorted the contractor.
But engineer and contractor had something better to do than admire the view.
Seven long years of day-laboring, then he became a sub-contractor, then a contractor.
Encouraged by this, Mr. Mountain, the contractor, spoke out.
They had spoken to a contractor and I had no trouble in getting work.