Contractorの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Contractor」を含む文の意味

Q: contractor とはどういう意味ですか?
A: i got it thank u
Q: contractor とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Somebody who is paid to do a specific job. They usually only work for a specific length of time or until the job is done.
They work on a contract.
Q: "contractor" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Someone who provides a contract.
Q: contractor とはどういう意味ですか?
A: @Klimchak@litewave27 Thank you. Get it. I think 계약직 is more suitable than 계약자.

「Contractor」の類語とその違い

Q: Contractor did not done the work. と contractor did not do the work. はどう違いますか?
A: “Contractor did not done the work” doesn’t make sense as a phrase.
You could say
The contractor has not done the work.

1. “The contractor did not do the work” and
2. “contractor did not done the work”
It is assumed in sentence 1. the work has not been done by saying “do”. This is sufficient enough for the sentence and done is not needed.

Overall both sentences are very similar and make the same point if you use the corrected sentence above. However the “done” is not needed to get the point across of the sentence!

Hope this helps and makes sense!
Q: prime contractor と general contractor はどう違いますか?
A: prime contractor = 主契約者

general contractor = ゼネコン

「Contractor」についての他の質問

Q: If I were a contractor, I'll install reinforcement stanchions and remove the brick walls.
The brick wall will collapse in a few days.
It is not possible to finish the rebar work within a few days.
It is necessary to measure the height of the rails and the height of the brick walls three to four times a day.
Train watchmen need to be standby in case of the brick wall collapses during train operation. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × If I were a contractor, I'll install reinforcement stanchions and remove the brick walls.
✓ If I were a contractor, I'd install reinforcement stanchions and remove the brick walls.

× Train watchmen need to be standby in case of the brick wall collapses during train operation.
✓ Train watchmen need to be on standby in case of the brick wall collapses during train operation.

Q: I work at general contractor named Tokyo construction. I was in charge of design department when I entered a company. I designed various buildings for 5 years. Three years ago, I transferred digital department. I’m in charge of promoting digital tools in my company. Almost our corporate people don’t like digital tools. But I think we should accept digital for the next era. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × I work at general contractor named Tokyo construction.
✓ I work at a general contractor named Tokyo construction.

× I was in charge of design department when I entered a company.
✓ I was in charge of the design department when I entered a company.

× Three years ago, I transferred digital department.
✓ Three years ago, I transferred to digital department.

× I’m in charge of promoting digital tools in my company.
✓ I became in charge of promoting digital tools in my company.

× Almost our corporate people don’t like digital tools.
✓ Most of our my co-workers don’t like digital tools.

× But I think we should accept digital for the next era.
✓ However, I think we should accept digital tools/advanced technology to progress for the next era.

Q: A contractor shot and killed 12 people at Washington Naval Yard.

Q. This sentence is from a new report regarding shooting incidents happening in American military bases.
How can you tell if a "contractor" is a contracted soldier or mechanic?
A: In the U.S., military contractors are non-fighting civilian professionals working as engineers, maintainers, administrative assistants, electricians, etc...

It’s not discussed often, but ’contracted soldiers’ would normally be called ‘mercenaries’.
Q: What does "contractor rates" in the following sentence mean? "However, this approach is becoming less and less acceptable as the general shortage of skills, coupled with high demand, sends contractor rates soaring."
A: Contractor rates is the amount of money that contractors charge for their work, usually by the hour. It is common to ask someone, "What are your rates?", meaning "How much do you charge?".
Q: ‎what exactly does 'contractor' do?

in the construction field, are they supervisors or manual-workers?
A: they're definitely not manual workers. they're the supervisors and organizers.

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