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lumberjack

noun [C] uk   /ˈlʌm.bə.dʒæk/ us    /-bɚ-/ ( also lumberman)
(especially in the US and Canada) a person whose job is to cut down trees that will be used for building, etc. or to transport trees that have been cut down
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