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contractor

noun [C]
 
 
/kənˈtræktər/ WORKPLACE, HR
a person or company that is paid by another company to work on a particular project for a particular amount of money: Working 24/7 is something IT contractors grow used to if they want to compete. →  See also approved contractor , building contractor , general contractor , independent contractor , prime contractor
Translations of “contractor”
in Chinese (Traditional) 承辦人, 承辦商, 承包方…
in Russian подрядчик…
in Turkish yüklenici, müteahhit, işi yapan kişi/şirket…
in Chinese (Simplified) 承包人, 承包商, 承包方…
in Polish wykonawca, dostawca, zleceniobiorca…
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