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surveyornoun [C]

us   /sərˈveɪ·ər/
a person whose job is to measure and describe the details of an area of land : It took a team of surveyors about three months to lay out this part of the new highway.
(Definition of surveyor from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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surveyornoun [C]

uk   /səˈveɪər/ us   PROPERTY
a person whose job is to measure and record the details of areas of land: This is a guide to what qualifications to look for when you are hiring a land surveyor.
UK US inspector a person who is trained to examine buildings and check what condition they are in: He used to work as a chartered surveyor, assessing the value of properties for tax.
(Definition of surveyor from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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