repairman

[ri-pair-man, -muhn]
noun, plural repairmen [ri-pair-men, -muhn] .
a person whose occupation is the making of repairs, readjustments, etc.

Origin:
1870–75; repair1 + man1


See -man.
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repairman (rɪˈpɛəˌmæn)
 
n , pl -men
a man whose job it is to repair machines, appliances, etc

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Example sentences
The repairman told her there was nothing he could do.
When you admit a repairman or salesman, do not leave him alone for even a few minutes.
The repairman would not be authorized to exercise the privileges of his or her certificate for a hydraulic shop.
If the freezer has failed and a repairman is on the way, or it appears the power will be on soon, don't open the freezer door.
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