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Watchman

  • 1 watchman

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    [English Word] night watchman
    [English Plural] night watchmen
    [Swahili Word] mkesha
    [Swahili Plural] wakesha
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] kesha V
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    [English Word] position of a watchman or guard
    [Swahili Word] ungojaji
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] watchman
    [English Plural] watchmen
    [Swahili Word] baba
    [Swahili Plural] baba
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 9/10an
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    [English Word] watchman
    [English Plural] watchmen
    [Swahili Word] gadi
    [Swahili Plural] magadi
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 5/6an
    [Derived Word] Engl.
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    [English Word] watchman
    [English Plural] watchmen
    [Swahili Word] kilinda
    [Swahili Plural] vilinda
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 7/8an
    [Derived Language] Swahili
    [Derived Word] -linda
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    [English Word] watchman
    [English Plural] watchmen
    [Swahili Word] magadi
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] watchman
    [English Plural] watchmen
    [Swahili Word] mlalazamu
    [Swahili Plural] walalazamu
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] lala V, zamu V
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    [English Word] watchman
    [English Plural] watchmen
    [Swahili Word] mlinda
    [Swahili Plural] walinda
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] linda V
    [Swahili Example] mlinda ndege
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    [English Word] watchman
    [English Plural] watchmen
    [Swahili Word] mlindaji
    [Swahili Plural] walindaji
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] linda V
    [Swahili Example] mlinda ndege
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    [English Word] watchman
    [English Plural] watchmen
    [Swahili Word] mlinzi
    [Swahili Plural] walinzi
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] linda V
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    [English Word] watchman
    [English Plural] watchmen
    [Swahili Word] mngoja
    [Swahili Plural] wangoja
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] ngoja V
    [English Example] doorkeeper
    [Swahili Example] mngoja mlango
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    [English Word] watchman
    [English Plural] watchmen
    [Swahili Word] mngojaji
    [Swahili Plural] wangojaji
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] ngoja V
    [English Example] doorkeeper
    [Swahili Example] mngoja mlango
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    [English Word] watchman
    [English Plural] watchmen
    [Swahili Word] mngoje
    [Swahili Plural] wangoje
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] ngoja V
    [English Example] doorkeeper
    [Swahili Example] mngoja mlango
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    [English Word] watchman
    [English Plural] watchmen
    [Swahili Word] mngojezi
    [Swahili Plural] wangojezi
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
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    [English Word] watchman's platform (on a plantation)
    [English Plural] platforms
    [Swahili Word] kilindo
    [Swahili Plural] vilindo
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 7/8
    [Derived Language] Swahili
    [Derived Word] -linda
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    English-Swahili dictionary > watchman

  • 2 watchman

    noun ((often night-watchman) a man employed to guard a building etc against thieves, especially at night: The bank-robbers shot the (night-)watchman.) guardián
    tr['wɒʧmən]
    1 vigilante nombre masculino
    watchman ['wɑʧmən] n, pl - men [-mən, -.mɛn] : vigilante m, guarda m
    n.
    celador, -ora s.m.,f.
    vigilante s.m.,f.
    n.
    (§ pl.: watchmen) = guardián s.m.
    plantón s.m.
    sereno s.m.
    vigilante s.m.,f.
    vigía s.f.
    'wɑːtʃmən, 'wɒtʃmən
    noun (pl - men mən) vigilante m
    ['wɒtʃmǝn]
    N (pl watchmen) (=security guard) guardián m, vigilante m ; (also: night watchman) (in factory) vigilante m nocturno; (in street) sereno m
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    ['wɑːtʃmən, 'wɒtʃmən]
    noun (pl - men [mən]) vigilante m

    English-spanish dictionary > watchman

  • 3 watchman

    ['wɒtʃmən]
    nome (pl. - men)
    1) stor.
    2) (guard) guardiano m. (-a), sorvegliante m. e f.
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    noun ((often night-watchman) a man employed to guard a building etc against thieves, especially at night: The bank-robbers shot the (night-)watchman.) guardiano, sorvegliante
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    watchman /ˈwɒtʃmən/
    n. (pl. watchmen)
    1 sorvegliante; guardiano; guardia giurata
    night watchman, guardia notturna; metronotte.
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    ['wɒtʃmən]
    nome (pl. - men)
    1) stor.
    2) (guard) guardiano m. (-a), sorvegliante m. e f.

    English-Italian dictionary > watchman

  • 4 watchman

    noun ((often night-watchman) a man employed to guard a building etc against thieves, especially at night: The bank-robbers shot the (night-)watchman.) vagtmand; vagt; -vagt
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    noun ((often night-watchman) a man employed to guard a building etc against thieves, especially at night: The bank-robbers shot the (night-)watchman.) vagtmand; vagt; -vagt

    English-Danish dictionary > watchman

  • 5 watchman

    noun
    , pl. watchmen Wachmann, der
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    noun ((often night-watchman) a man employed to guard a building etc against thieves, especially at night: The bank-robbers shot the (night-)watchman.) der Nachtwächter
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    ˈwatch·man
    n Wachmann m
    night \watchman Nachtwächter m
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    watchman [-mən] s irr
    1. Wachmann m
    2. HIST Nachtwächter m (einer Stadt etc)
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    noun
    , pl. watchmen Wachmann, der
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    n.
    (§ pl.: watchmen)
    = Wachmann -¨er m.
    Wächter - m.

    English-german dictionary > watchman

  • 6 watchman

    [ˈwɔtʃmən]
    watchman вахтер watchman караульный watchman ночной сторож watchman сторож

    English-Russian short dictionary > watchman

  • 7 watchman

    watchman [ˈwɒt∫mən]
    (plural - men) gardien m ; also night watchman veilleur m de nuit
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    ['wɒtʃmən]

    (night) watchmanveilleur m (de nuit)

    2) ( guard) gardien m

    English-French dictionary > watchman

  • 8 watchman

    ['wɔtʃmən]
    ( irreg like: man) n, see night watchman
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    noun ((often night-watchman) a man employed to guard a building etc against thieves, especially at night: The bank-robbers shot the (night-)watchman.) stróż

    English-Polish dictionary > watchman

  • 9 watchman

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > watchman

  • 10 watchman

    ˈwɔtʃmən сущ.
    1) ночной сторож
    2) караульный night watchman ≈ караульный, стоящий в ночном дозоре сторож, особ. ночной;
    вахтер - *'s rattle колотушка ночного сторожа (военное) караульный (морское) вахтенный( устаревшее) (библеизм) страж;
    дозорный;
    хранитель watchman вахтер ~ караульный ~ ночной сторож ~ сторож

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > watchman

  • 11 watchman

    noun ((often night-watchman) a man employed to guard a building etc against thieves, especially at night: The bank-robbers shot the (night-)watchman.) vakt(mann); vekter
    vaktmann
    subst. (flertall: watchmen) \/ˈwɒtʃmən\/, flertall: \/ˈwɒtʃmən\/
    1) nattevakt, vaktmann
    2) ( gammeldags) vekter

    English-Norwegian dictionary > watchman

  • 12 watchman

    noun ((often night-watchman) a man employed to guard a building etc against thieves, especially at night: The bank-robbers shot the (night-)watchman.) varðmaður, næturvörður, vaktmaður

    English-Icelandic dictionary > watchman

  • 13 watchman

    noun ((often night-watchman) a man employed to guard a building etc against thieves, especially at night: The bank-robbers shot the (night-)watchman.) őr(szem)

    English-Hungarian dictionary > watchman

  • 14 watchman

    noun ((often night-watchman) a man employed to guard a building etc against thieves, especially at night: The bank-robbers shot the (night-)watchman.) guarda
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    watch.man
    [w'ɔtʃmən] n guarda, vigia.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > watchman

  • 15 watchman

    n. bekçi, gözcü, nöbetçi
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    bekçi
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    noun ((often night-watchman) a man employed to guard a building etc against thieves, especially at night: The bank-robbers shot the (night-)watchman.) bekçi

    English-Turkish dictionary > watchman

  • 16 watchman

    noun ((often night-watchman) a man employed to guard a building etc against thieves, especially at night: The bank-robbers shot the (night-)watchman.) nočni čuvaj
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    plural watchmen [wɔčmən]
    noun (nočni) čuvaj (hišni); history mestni nočni čuvaj

    English-Slovenian dictionary > watchman

  • 17 watchman

    • huoltomies
    • vartija
    • vahti
    • yövartija
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    noun ((often night-watchman) a man employed to guard a building etc against thieves, especially at night: The bank-robbers shot the (night-)watchman.) vartija

    English-Finnish dictionary > watchman

  • 18 watchman

    noun ((often night-watchman) a man employed to guard a building etc against thieves, especially at night: The bank-robbers shot the (night-)watchman.) sargs; apsardze
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    sargkareivis, sargs

    English-Latvian dictionary > watchman

  • 19 watchman

    noun ((often night-watchman) a man employed to guard a building etc against thieves, especially at night: The bank-robbers shot the (night-)watchman.) budėtojas, sargas

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > watchman

  • 20 watchman

    n. väktare; vaktpost
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    noun ((often night-watchman) a man employed to guard a building etc against thieves, especially at night: The bank-robbers shot the (night-)watchman.) vakt, väktare

    English-Swedish dictionary > watchman

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