Definition of electrician
: one who installs, maintains, operates, or repairs electrical equipment
Recent Examples of electrician from the Web
The author, a ship electrician, had ridden in a convoy of oil tankers taking American troops to the U.K. and then France in 1918.
Most of Ideal's customers are tradespeople, like electricians or plumbers, and the typical baseball fan might not recognize the name, said Jim James, Ideal chairman and CEO.
In the accompanying interview, Milo opens up about shirking away from the spotlight for most of his adolescence, and working as an electrician for five years after his high school graduation before finally embracing a life in front of the camera.
Then, again, electricians, machinists, shipfitters, pipefitters.
Noah Painter, representing electrician’s union IBEW Local 340, said the project is expected to create 1,100 jobs.
A retired electrician and longtime softball umpire, Juditz said the twice-weekly games have become a major social outlet for him.
From Us In March, an electrician on a service call at a public restroom in Usuki, Japan, discovered a crawlspace above the urinal area, which had apparently been a man’s home (with a space heater, gas stove and clothing).
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Definition of electrician for English Language Learners
: a person who works on and repairs electrical equipment
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Definition of electrician for Students
: a person who installs, operates, or repairs electrical equipment
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