excavator

[ US /ˈɛkskəˌveɪtɝ/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛkskəvˌe‍ɪtɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a workman who excavates for foundations of buildings or for quarrying
  2. a machine for excavating
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How To Use excavator In A Sentence

  • Most excavator operators find it easier to operate levers, switches, and other controls with their hands or fingers rather than the ball or heel of their foot.
  • Upon requests, the head of state promised the residents and farmers that an excavator would be provided to empolder their land, mentioning that 350 residents of Mahaica, Mahaicony and the Pomeroon had already benefited. Stabroek News
  • Typically for the time, this strange group was interpreted by the excavators as being the victims of human sacrifice.
  • Declassified intelligence documents as well as testimony from witnesses helped excavators identify the concealed entrance. Times, Sunday Times
  • Excavators have been reluctant to put dates to their finds and one can understand why. carbon dating being expensive.
  • For the pre-mated high-voltage cable that is already installed in conduit that comes on 2500-foot reels, the total cost for the cable AND plowing it in with a cat-mounted cable plow last summer was: $3.02 for the cable + $1.25 to rip (1st run by cat) and then lay the cable (2nd run) = $4.28 per foot; ** IF** you do NOT have to prepare/dig any sections with an excavator. Sound Politics: Open Thread On The Storm
  • Four years ago he used his thumb-equipped excavator to push tree root wads into streambanks to control erosion for the first time.
  • Rapid expansion of public infrastructure and urbanization there are driving demand for bulldozers, excavators and other earthmoving equipment. Deere Enhances Focus on Russia
  • He built a workshop, developed an excavator with an earth scoop and built a dam to supply water for a hydro electric plant to supply power for domestic use and for his engineering projects.
  • Initially the excavation had been focused on the Greek city site of Halieis, but the excavators went over to dig at Franchthi because there were reports it was turning up bits of votive material.
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