Meaning of groundskeeper in English:

groundskeeper

Pronunciation /ˈɡraʊn(d)zkiːpə/

Translate groundskeeper into Spanish

noun

(also groundkeeper)
  • A person who maintains a sports ground, a park, or the grounds of a school or other institution; a groundsman.

    ‘The cuts will affect custodians, residence and dining hall employees, groundskeepers, administrative assistants, extension agents and others.’
    • ‘The Division employs about 25 local residents as building interpreters and groundskeepers.’
    • ‘The groundskeepers dug up and presented the home plate that Boggs knelt down and kissed after circling the bases for his 3000th hit.’
    • ‘In addition, more than 500 groundskeepers and other service workers at U of T are currently in a legal strike position.’
    • ‘Where to place groundskeepers and refreshment vendors is another factor to take note of.’
    • ‘He works as a convent groundskeeper and shares his family home with three housemates, but even so he is virtually isolated, getting by with a few grunts and gestures.’
    • ‘Then there is the time-honored art of mound doctoring by the groundskeeper.’
    • ‘A group of UCLA students plan a student strike tomorrow in support of a one-day strike by UCLA service workers, whose union includes custodians and groundskeepers…’
    • ‘One of the more interesting expat stories was of a designer of golf courses, whose humble beginnings as a groundskeeper at a course in Sydney has led to him spending more than a decade designing courses through Asia.’
    • ‘They said no, but, oddly, volunteered that it would be okay for him to work as a groundskeeper at a golf course, or for a government agency.’
    • ‘After getting Alex and the groceries safely inside, I noticed the groundskeeper making his rounds.’
    • ‘The men and women working as groundskeepers on the golf course wore large bamboo hats to protect them from the hot sun.’
    • ‘He explained that a bike may be removed if it is locked in an area where the groundskeepers need to mow the lawn.’
    • ‘The proposal also has major implications for ratepayers, since maintaining the wickets will require a full-time groundskeeper.’
    • ‘And my son started yelling for the groundskeeper to call 911.’
    • ‘This lawn was one of the most meticulously kept green areas in the whole of the country, with a groundskeeper dedicated solely to keeping the soil proportions at their optimum level.’
    • ‘The groundskeeper has expanded his antimole system, a circle of plastic pop bottles sliced open on the sides and upended on sticks in the ground.’
    • ‘The groundskeepers at Wimbledon have had decades to practice pulling out the rain tarps and emptying out the parking lots.’
    • ‘Crisscross patterns are fine, but when the outfield starts to resemble a Spirograph design gone crazy, you start to wonder if the groundskeeper has enough to do.’