- achubwr bywyd
Noun(1) an attendant employed at a beach or pool to protect swimmers from accidents
(1) He ran back towards a designated swimming beach and alerted a lifeguard who pulled the young boy from the water.(2) Interventions tested ranged from lifeguard training and printed materials to warning signage.(3) I barely took notice of the lone empty lifeguard chair.(4) There were three policemen by the lifeguard stand - park police on bikes.(5) He was much tanner, as a result of his summer job as the lifeguard at the local swimming pool.(6) The committee needs a fully qualified lifeguard from the opening day.(7) There was a lifeguard on duty, though nobody was in any real danger.(8) The award was in recognition of his work with regard to pool lifeguard training throughout the country.(9) I worked as a lifeguard on the beach, like I've done the previous few summers.(10) Then I see the beach, the empty lifeguard stand, the jetties.(11) A pool lifeguard course will also commence on August 22nd to 25th.(12) He would also like to try to work as a lifeguard at a swimming pool, because he has never had this chance before and finds it an interesting challenge.(13) With so many fit young men away at war, the beaches were kept safe by young volunteer lifeguards .(14) Our volunteer lifeguards are a staple of the Australian summer.(15) He said wages for contract lifeguards were reasonable and the department has no difficulty hiring contract employees.(16) Swimming pools must have lifeguards and sanitary requirements must be taken care of.
(1) life guard :: gard bywyd
1. lifesaver ::
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