- journeyman (n.)
- "qualified worker at a craft or trade who works for wages for another" (a position between apprentice and master), early 15c., from journey (n.), preserving the etymological sense of the word, + man (n.). Figurative depricatory sense of "hireling, drudge" is from 1540s. Its American English colloquial shortening jour (adj.) is attested from 1835.
- 1. Douglas was a 29-year-old journeyman fighter, erratic in his previous fights.
- 2. Then I proceeded to tell how the journeyman treated me.
- 3. Joe kept a journeyman at weekly wages whose name was Orlick.
- 4. The mercer's journeyman came rushing upon me with such fury as very much frighted me.
- 5. Instrumentation Technician: Valid Alberta or Interprovincial Journeyman Instrumentation Technician certification is required.
- 仪表技术员: 有效艾伯塔省或跨省熟练工仪表技术员证书是必需的.
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