dockworker definition

  • noun:
    • A dockhand; a longshoreman.
    • an individual who works on the dock of a harbor or shipyard, usually employed to load or unload freight.
    • a laborer which loads and unloads vessels in a port
    • A dockhand; a longshoreman.
    • A dockhand; a longshoreman.
    • A person who works on the dock of a harbor or shipyard, generally used to load or unload cargo.
    • somebody who works on the dock of a harbor or shipyard, usually used to load or unload cargo.
    • a laborer whom loads and unloads vessels in a port
    • a laborer whom loads and unloads vessels in a port
    • A dockhand; a longshoreman.
    • an individual who deals with the dock of a harbor or shipyard, typically utilized to weight or unload cargo.
    • a laborer which lots and unloads vessels in a port

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