gaffer definition

  • noun:
    • An electrician in charge of lighting on a film or tv.
    • Chiefly British a vintage guy or a rustic.
    • Chiefly British A boss or foreman.
    • A chief lighting specialist for a motion-picture or tv production.
    • A glassblower.
    • a vintage man.
    • An electrician in control of lighting on a movie or tv.
    • Chiefly British An old guy or a rustic.
    • Chiefly British A boss or foreman.
    • A chief burning technician for a motion-picture or television production.
    • A foreman.
    • An "Old Gaffer" is a sailor.
    • A glassblower.
    • a classic guy.
    • In Maritime regions "the Little Gaffer" may be the baby in the house. (the boss!)
    • A foreman.
    • a vintage other; an aged rustic.
    • A foreman or overseer of a gang of laborers.
    • one that gaffs fish: an angler's associate whom with a gaff protects the seafood caught. In addition gaffsman.
    • An old guy: originally a rustic term of value, used as a title; later on applied familiarly to virtually any old man of rustic problem.
    • in the uk, the foreman of a squad of workmen, especially of navvies; an overseer.
    • A workman in a glass-factory; a finisher.
    • an electrician responsible for lighting on a movie or television set
    • an elderly guy
    • somebody who workouts control of workers
    • An "Old Gaffer" is a sailor.
    • In Maritime areas "the small Gaffer" may be the infant in the house. (the manager!)
    • a vintage fellow; an aged austere.
    • A foreman or overseer of a gang of laborers.
    • person who gaffs fish: an angler's associate which with a gaff secures the fish caught. Additionally gaffsman.
    • a vintage guy: originally a rustic term of respect, used as a title; later applied familiarly to any old man of austere condition.
    • in the uk, the foreman of a squad of workmen, particularly of navvies; an overseer.
    • A workman in a glass-factory; a finisher.
    • an electrician accountable for burning on a movie or tv set
    • an elderly man
    • someone who workouts control of workers
    • An electrician responsible for burning on a movie or tv.
    • Chiefly British a classic guy or a rustic.
    • Chiefly British A boss or foreman.
    • A chief lighting professional for a motion-picture or television production.
    • A glassblower.
    • An electrician in charge of lighting on a film or tv.
    • Chiefly British a vintage guy or a rustic.
    • Chiefly British A boss or foreman.
    • A chief lighting technician for a motion-picture or tv manufacturing.
    • A glassblower.
    • a classic guy.
    • A foreman.
    • An "Old Gaffer" is a sailor.
    • In Maritime areas "the tiny Gaffer" is the infant inside your home. (the manager!)
    • a classic other; an aged rustic.
    • A foreman or overseer of a gang of laborers.
    • person who gaffs seafood: an angler's assistant whom with a gaff secures the seafood caught. Also gaffsman.
    • a classic man: originally a rustic term of respect, utilized as a title; later on used familiarly to your old-man of austere condition.
    • In Great Britain, the foreman of a squad of workmen, especially of navvies; an overseer.
    • A workman in a glass-factory; a finisher.
    • an electrician responsible for burning on a film or television set
    • an elderly man
    • someone who workouts control of workers
    • a vintage man.
    • A foreman.
    • An "Old Gaffer" is a sailor.
    • In Maritime areas "the Little Gaffer" is the child in the house. (the boss!)
    • a classic fellow; an aged austere.
    • A foreman or overseer of a gang of laborers.
    • one that gaffs seafood: an angler's associate just who with a gaff secures the fish caught. Additionally gaffsman.
    • a classic man: initially a rustic term of value, utilized as a title; later on used familiarly to virtually any old man of rustic problem.
    • in the uk, the foreman of a squad of workmen, especially of navvies; an overseer.
    • A workman in a glass-factory; a finisher.
    • an electrician responsible for lighting on a film or television set
    • an elderly man
    • a person who workouts control over employees

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