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draughtsman

noun [C] UK (US draftsman) uk   /ˈdrɑːfts.mən/  us   /ˈdræfts-/
someone whose job is to do detailed drawings of machines, new buildings, etc. someone who draws well
Translations of “draughtsman”
in Vietnamese người vẽ sơ đồ thiết kế…
in Spanish dibujante, delineante, dibujanta…
in Thai ช่างเขียนแบบ…
in Malaysian pelukis pelan…
in French dessinateur/-trice…
in German der Zeichner…
in Chinese (Traditional) 製圖員,繪圖員, 擅畫的人…
in Indonesian jurugambar…
in Russian чертежник…
in Turkish teknik ressam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 制图员,绘图员, 擅画的人…
in Polish kreślarz…
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