Definition of polisher in English:

polisher

Pronunciation /ˈpäliSHər/ /ˈpɑlɪʃər/

Translate polisher into Spanish

noun

See polish

‘A team of carpenters, glaziers, polishers and other craftsman are on site to restore the original building, repair cast iron gutters and fall pipes, and replace the windows in hardwood to the original specification.’
  • ‘They include the woman who bustles self-importantly, organising the readers, and the brass polishers; and the man who feels the need to prostrate himself with arms across his body each time he leaves his pew.’
  • ‘The diamonds he watches so closely are not the rocks on the rings of the rich and famous, they are tiny grains of pure carbon coating the blades, polishers and shapers the company produces.’
  • ‘A group of shoe polishers, made up of college students, recently appeared on the streets of Shanghai touching off a debate among local residents.’
  • ‘We did our jobs with dignity, some got promoted to line judges, lemonade servers, trophy polishers and all.’