roadie

[ roh-dee ]
/ ˈroʊ di /

noun Slang.

a member of a crew for a traveling group of musicians or other entertainers, whose work usually includes the setting up of equipment.

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Origin of roadie

1965–70; road (from the idiom on the road) + -ie; analogous to groupie
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British Dictionary definitions for roadie

roadie
/ (ˈrəʊdɪ) /

noun

informal a person who transports and sets up equipment for a band or group

Word Origin for roadie

C20: shortened from road manager
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