groundsman
noun Date: 1886 chiefly British groundskeeper

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • groundsman — (N. Amer. groundskeeper) ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a person who maintains a sports ground or the grounds of a large building …   English terms dictionary

  • groundsman — UK [ˈɡraʊndzmən] / US noun [countable] Word forms groundsman : singular groundsman plural groundsmen British someone who looks after a sports field, park, or public garden …   English dictionary

  • groundsman — [[t]gra͟ʊndzmən[/t]] groundsmen N COUNT A groundsman is a person whose job is to look after a park or sports ground. [BRIT] (in AM, use groundskeeper) …   English dictionary

  • groundsman — noun A male groundskeeper …   Wiktionary

  • groundsman — grounds|man [ˈgraundzmən] n plural groundsmen [ mən] especially BrE a man whose job is to take care of a large garden or sports field American Equivalent: groundskeeper …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • groundsman — grounds·man || graÊŠndzmÉ™n n. one who is responsible for the upkeep of an area of land (i.e. estate, park); one who maintains a sports field …   English contemporary dictionary

  • groundsman — noun (plural groundsmen) Brit. a person who maintains a sports ground or the grounds of a large building …   English new terms dictionary

  • groundsman — plural groundsmen noun (C) especially BrE a man whose job is to take care of large gardens or a sports field …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • groundsman — grounds·man …   English syllables

  • groundsman — /ˈgraʊndzmən / (say growndzmuhn) noun (plural groundsmen) a man responsible for the care and maintenance of a cricket ground, sports field, etc. {combination of two words originally in a syntactical relationship; ground s (genitive case) + man} …   Australian English dictionary

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