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plumber

noun [C] uk   /ˈplʌm.ər/  us   //
B2 a person whose job is to supply and connect or repair water pipes, baths, toilets, etc.: When is the plumber coming to mend the burst pipe?
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in Arabic سَبّاك…
in Korean 배관공…
in Malaysian tukang paip…
in French plombier/-ière…
in Turkish sıhhi tesisatçı, muslukçu, su tesisatçısı…
in Italian idraulico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 水管工人, 水電工…
in Russian водопроводчик…
in Polish hydraulik…
in Vietnamese thợ ống nước…
in Spanish fontanero…
in Portuguese encanador, -ora…
in Thai ช่างประปา…
in German der/die Klempner(in)…
in Catalan lampista (d’aigua)…
in Japanese 配管工…
in Indonesian tukang ledeng…
in Chinese (Simplified) 管子工,水暖工…
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