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someone whose job is to design buildings
someone whose job is to design and build roads, bridges, etc.
someone whose job is to decide how to make things or to decide their shape or appearance
someone whose job is to draw the plans for something that someone is going to make or build
someone who designs or builds things such as roads, railroads, bridges, or machines
someone whose job is to design the way that the inside of a room or building looks, for example by choosing the colors of the walls and carpets and the style of the furniture
a very famous architect, especially one who has recently designed a famous building
someone whose job is to plan large building projects such as roads, bridges, or factories
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employment
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