Definition of roadman in English:

roadman

noun

archaic
  • A man employed to repair or maintain roads.

    • ‘The financially comfortable Murray aside, tents were a luxury that most of Scotland's outdoors community couldn't afford in those pre-wars days, preferring a doss in a cave or on the floor of a roadman's hut.’
    • ‘Norman got work as a roadman, clearing drains, grading roads and laying metal.’
    • ‘Interviews with RDC employees - the old roadmen - in 1957 when the status of The Road was called in question stated unequivocally that they did not maintain The Road - it was private.’

Pronunciation:

roadman

/ˈrəʊdmən/