Definition of tradesperson in English:

tradesperson

Pronunciation /ˈtrādzˌpərsn/ /ˈtreɪdzˌpərsn/

Translate tradesperson into Spanish

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  • A person engaged in trading or a trade, typically on a relatively small scale.

    ‘a reputable tradesperson’
    • ‘Smaller fittings for plumbing can be purchased by your tradesperson.’
    • ‘The best means of getting a competent tradesperson is through word of mouth.’
    • ‘Find out from your tradesperson which products they will require first.’
    • ‘Your product warranties are only valid if installed by a licensed tradesperson.’
    • ‘Find out all the information you can before you arrange a tradesperson.’
    • ‘Anyone contemplating home improvements should seek expert advice, shop around, and see examples of a tradesperson's work before committing themselves.’
    • ‘It is important to find a tradesperson that you can communicate with.’
    • ‘Every year the Office of Fair Trading receives over 100,000 complaints about builders which illustrates how difficult it can be to find a reputable tradesperson.’
    • ‘For many older people, finding a reliable tradesperson can be a minefield.’
    • ‘Often these custom made products are non-refundable so confirm your product choices with your tradesperson before ordering.’
    • ‘A career as a tradesperson is very rewarding.’
    • ‘Book a tradesperson well ahead of time, as they can be booked for months in advance.’
    • ‘If you are a tradesperson in the building and construction industry and have ever wanted to go to Australia, now is your chance!’
    shopkeeper, retailer, vendor, merchant, dealer, trader, supplier, stockist
    craftsman, workman, skilled worker, artisan, employee, tradesperson, mechanic