fitter


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fitter

a person who supplies something for an expedition, activity, etc.

fitter

[′fid·ər]
(engineering)
One who maintains, repairs, and assembles machines in an engineering shop.
References in classic literature ?
Murderer Franklin Blake would be a fitter name for him.
IT was snow joke when a carpet fitter lost his van keys in the snow - and left his vehicle parked outside a customer's house for four days.
CLYDE COAST CONTRACTS PLANT FITTER You will inspect, test, maintain and repair the company's plant equipment and machinery.
A tyre fitter not only repairs a tyre but also advises the transporter/ trucker about the condition of the tyre, good tyre upkeep, precautions that need to be taken for improving the life of a tyre etc", said V.
And it said people in the North East do not always ask to see evidence that a fitter is registered.
Maybe you have the feeling we've trained for three weeks with Daniel and say every day, 'more, more, more and more' and then he's fitter, fitter and fitter and then in the end I say, 'but no, I'll wait' - it's not like this," said Klopp.
Watters was a carpet fitter to trade and that's probably the only time you'll find the word "fitter" and his name in the same sentence.
Practice - the more you exercise to make you fitter, the fitter you will become, simple as that.
The end goal would be to establish a "European certificate", which workers would have to obtain in order to work as a qualified tower crane driver or fitter.
com)-- Consumer investigative reporter and CEO, Dale Cardwell, of TrustDale, announced today the selection of Bath Fitter as the newest recommended provider for tubs and showers.
Terms such as mechanic and fitter are outmoded in the IT age, while the inappropriate use of engineer in the 21st century sounds very 1950s.
The aim of the campaign is to get NHS staff in Wales to lead by example and get themselves fitter.