contractor

All Noun
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  • Many of his art contractors and friends considered him to be in good health.
  • Today it is known that three different contractors worked until the end.
  • Each contractor is required to report once a year on its activities in its assigned area.
  • Her mother is a school teacher and her father a general contractor.
  • Contractors may work on a per-time basis, full season contract, or will-call status.
  • The general contractor may be the construction manager or construction manager at risk.
  • These are managed primarily through universities and in some cases through military contractors.
  • Security contractors do not generally provide direct support of military operations.
  • Eventually only after a four-day stand-off, the contractors left.
  • His father was a building contractor and his mother came from France.
  • Eventually some five thousand officials and civil contractors settled in the area.
  • Many residents work for the government or for contractors of the federal government.
  • After the railroad was completed, however, contractors and construction workers left the area.
  • In addition, one can find several self-employed persons and contractors.
  • He began his architectural training when he was eight years old in a local contractor's office.
  • Often one or more outside contractors perform some of the work, especially if new equipment is installed.
  • The contractors removed the original roof and added a temporary cover while the work carried on above.
  • His father was first a farmer and then a contractor for the county and others.
  • The actual construction was given to a contractor, and the structure took a year to build.
  • Carefully track what the contractor's actual performance is against the specific language in the contract.
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Words starting with contractor

Synonyms of contractor

Meaning of contractor

  • noun Someone (a person or firm) who contracts to build things
  • noun The bridge player in contract bridge who wins the bidding and can declare which suit is to be trumps
  • noun (law) a party to a contract