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Translation of "carpenter" - English-Spanish dictionary

carpenter

noun   /ˈkɑː·pən·tər/
a person whose job is making and repairing wooden objects carpintero, -a
(Definition of carpenter from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

carpenter

noun /ˈkaːpəntə/
a craftsman in wood carpintero a self-employed carpenter.
carpentry noun
the work of a carpenter carpintería professional carpentry.
(Definition of carpenter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “carpenter”
in Korean 목수…
in Arabic نَجّار…
in Malaysian tukang kayu…
in French charpentier, ière, menuisier/-ière…
in Russian плотник…
in Chinese (Traditional) 木匠, 木工…
in Italian falegname…
in Turkish marangoz, doğramacı, dülger…
in Polish stolarz…
in Vietnamese thợ mộc…
in Portuguese carpinteiro…
in Thai ช่างไม้…
in German der Zimmermann…
in Catalan fuster, -a…
in Japanese 大工…
in Chinese (Simplified) 木匠, 木工…
in Indonesian tukang kayu…
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