draughtsman

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Synonyms for draughtsman

a skilled worker who draws plans of buildings or machines

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She quickly progressed to the position of senior draughtswoman, a job she enjoyed and excelled at.
Sutton was a graduate of the four-year Interior Decoration and Design program of Art (Emily Carr College of Art and Design) and worked as a draughtswoman with the B.
She'd train every day by cycling to and from her work as a draughtswoman, but the real dedication came in getting to and from the races.
Dorian was educated at Randolph Macon College, Ashland, Virginia, and then New York University, where she studied calculus, enabling her to work for the US Navy as a mechanical draughtswoman.
Mike was in the fire brigade, which he served for 30 years before retiring, and Christine was an engineering draughtswoman.
She had both skill as a draughtswoman and an ability to use simple sketches to illuminate a text.
John, a retired patternmaker, and Marion, who is a retired draughtswoman, enjoy going to British bike shows.
Traditionally most could depend on students to help defray the cost of living, which is how Dorothy King RBA (1907-1990) was able to support herself, though she also worked as a draughtswoman and curator.
Beverley quickly progressed to the position of senior draughtswoman, a job she enjoyed and excelled at.
Josephine, a retired draughtswoman, added: "I don't know what I would say to him now.
She's a mother, a grandmother, draughtswoman, traveller and chronicler of all things to do with her own life, the world she has made and inhabits.