gaffer

  1. an elderly man
  2. an electrician responsible for lighting on a movie or tv set
  3. a person who exercises control over workers

gaffer

[n] - an electrician responsible for lighting on a movie or tv set
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Gaffer

NATO code name for misidentified SAM variant [NATO]
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Gaffer

Gaf'fer noun [ Possibly contr. from godfather ; but probably from gramfer for grandfather . Confer Gammer .] 1. An old fellow; an aged rustic. « Go to each gaffer and each goody.» Fawkes. » Gaffer was originally a respectf...
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gaffer

1. An old fellow; an aged rustic. 'Go to each gaffer and each goody.' (Fawkes) ... Gaffer was originally a respectful title, now degenerated into a term of familiarity or contempt when addressed to an aged man in humble life. ... 2. A foreman or overseer of a gang of laborers. ... Origin: Possibly contr. Fr. Godfather; but prob. Fr. Gramfer for gra...
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Gaffer

• (n.) A foreman or overseer of a gang of laborers. • (n.) An old fellow; an aged rustic.
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Gaffer

Gaffer is slang for a boss.
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Gaffer

The chief lighting technician for a production who is in charge of the electrical department.
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Gaffer

Chief lighting technician.
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Gaffer

Immediately under the direction of the Director of Photographer the gaffer is the technician in charge of electronics. Her/his responsibilities primarily are concerned with lighting the set. Within the production hierarchy, the gaffer supervises the electrical crew
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Gaffer

[filmmaking] A gaffer in the motion picture industry and on a television crew is the head electrician, responsible for the execution (and sometimes the design) of the lighting plan for a production. The term gaffer originally related to the moving of overhead equipment to control lighting levels using a gaff. The term has been used for the ...
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Gaffer

Chief lighting technician who is responsible for designing and creating lighting plan.
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GAFFER

Chief lighting technician who is responsible for designing and creating lighting plan.
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