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An "Old Gaffer" is a sailor
A chief lighting technician for a motion-picture or television production
A foreman
An old man
In Maritime regions "the Little Gaffer" is the baby in the house. (the boss!)
{n} master, father, friend, old sir
(British English) informal - an old man – used humorously
(British English) informal - a man who is in charge of people, especially in a factory SYN boss
the person who is in charge of the lighting in making a cinema film
The main electrician and supervisor of lighting on a set
A lighting electrician for a motion-picture or television production
The master craftsman in charge of a chair, or team, of hot-glass workers
The master blower in charge of a team of hot glass workers
An term used in the historic record to describe a master-glassworker
an electrician responsible for lighting on a movie or tv set
{i} employer, foreman, overseer; boss; old man (derogatory)
People use gaffer to refer to the the person in charge of the workers at a place of work such as a factory. The gaffer said he'd been fined for not doing the contract on time. = boss
chief electrician; head of lighting department
An old fellow; an aged rustic
A foreman or overseer of a gang of laborers
The head lighting technician in a film or video crew Implements the lighting plans of the Director of Photography and is responsible for set power requirements
a person who exercises control over workers; "if you want to leave early you have to ask the foreman"
an elderly man
The Chief Electrician
gaffer tape
A sturdy adhesive tape, made of plastic reinforced with cross-linked fibre, often used by lighting electricians
gaffer tapes
plural form of gaffer tape
gaffer tape
[MASS NOUN] strong cloth-backed waterproof adhesive tape
gaffers
plural of gaffer
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    [ 'ga-f&r ] (noun.) 1575. From Middle English gaffe (“a hook”) + -er. The natural lighting on early film sets, was adjusted by opening and closing flaps in the tent cloths, called gaff cloths or gaff flaps.

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