repairer

[ri-pair-er]
noun
1.
a person or thing that repairs.
2.
Ceramics. a person who assembles the modeled parts of a piece and finishes the whole.

Origin:
1495–1505; repair1 + -er1

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repair1 (rɪˈpɛə)
 
vb
1.  to restore (something damaged or broken) to good condition or working order
2.  to heal (a breach or division) in (something): to repair a broken marriage
3.  to make good or make amends for (a mistake, injury, etc)
 
n
4.  the act, task, or process of repairing
5.  a part that has been repaired
6.  state or condition: in good repair
 
[C14: from Old French reparer, from Latin reparāre, from re- + parāre to make ready]
 
re'pairable1
 
adj
 
re'pairer1
 
n

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Example sentences
No viable role has been found for this, the first shop, since the bag seller and boot-repairer jacked it in.
These tasks may require the use of cutting torches or rigging equipment-tools that an elevator repairer would not normally carry.
Knowledge of electronics is necessary for employment as a computer, automated teller, or office machine repairer.
When faced with a malfunction, the repairer may refer to manufacturers' manuals that provide maintenance instructions.
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