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noun /ˈplamə/
a person who fits and mends domestic water, gas and sewage pipes
Send for a plumber – we have a leaking pipe.
plumbing noun the system of pipes, drains and toilets in a building etc
We shall have to have the plumbing repaired.
the fitting and repairing etc of pipes.
Translations of “plumber”
in Korean 배관공…
in Arabic سَبّاك…
in French plombier/-ière…
in Italian idraulico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 水管工人, 水電工…
in Russian водопроводчик…
in Turkish sıhhi tesisatçı, muslukçu, su tesisatçısı…
in Polish hydraulik…
in Portuguese encanador, -ora…
in German der/die Klempner(in)…
in Catalan lampista (d’aigua)…
in Japanese 配管工…
in Chinese (Simplified) 管子工,水暖工…
(Definition of plumber from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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