[ih-lek-trish-uh n, ee-lek-]
Origin of electrician
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Examples from the Web for electrician
The story of a Texas electrician who deals experimental AIDs drugs only took twenty years to make it to Hollywood.The True Story Behind Dallas Buyers Club: Meet the Real Ron Woodruff
November 3, 2013
He said he already had his diploma and was studying at a community college to be an electrician.I Tackled a School Gunman
December 25, 2012
His son, 38, works as an electrician, and his daughter, 22, works in health care at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.In Sandy’s Wake, a New York Doorman Without a Home
November 23, 2012
A French electrician just unveiled a massive cache of unknown Picassos.Lost and Found Masterpieces
The Daily Beast
May 20, 2010
An electrician on a Coast Guard ship, or a volunteer school crossing guard, believes in service, but doesn't aim to be POTUS.The Right-Wing Primal Scream
October 24, 2008
India-rubber had been tried by Jacobi, the Russian electrician, as far back as 1811.Heroes of the Telegraph
These, also, make easier and bolder the electrician's tasks.
The electrician put his hand in his pocket, hesitated, and then withdrew it, empty.
It was very quiet in the room when the electrician answered.
The Captain glanced from the electrician to Miss Preston and back again.
- a person whose occupation is the installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical devices
Word Origin and History for electrician
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper