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cowboy

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈkaʊbɔɪ/
ANIMAL WORKER a man whose job is to look after cattle (= animals such as cows) in the US, and who usually rides a horse
kowboj
Occupations and tradesPeople who work with animals
BAD WORKER UK informal someone who does their job badly or who is dishonest in business
partacz/ka, krętacz/ka
cowboy buildersDishonestInability and awkwardness
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