repairman

[ ri-pair-man, -muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF repairman

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The repairman should choose the one which he considers most suitable for his shop.

The repairman should be very slow in adjusting generator outputs.

"Let's try it," the repairman said, plugging the cord into a wall socket.

The repairman consulted his notebook, and moved to stand in front of the screen.

"Only the picture—" the repairman paused, trying to find the right phrase.

"Watching it this way could get to be a fad," the repairman said, at last, almost inaudibly.

In delivering a chair to the repairman to bottom he should be made to give a re-seat for it.

He was the only person besides the repairman at Sam Clark's who understood plumbing.

The removal of the bottom plate of the engine enables the repairman to see if the main bearings are worn unduly.

The repairman next turns his attention to fitting the ring in the cylinder itself.

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