archer Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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archernoun [C]

 us   /ˈɑr·tʃər/
a person who shoots with a bow (= long stick held bent by a string tied to the ends) and arrow, usually for sport
Translations of “archer”
in Arabic رامي السهام…
in Korean 궁수…
in Malaysian pemanah…
in French archer/-ère…
in Italian arciere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 射箭運動員, 弓箭手…
in Vietnamese người bắn cung…
in Spanish arquero…
in Portuguese arqueiro, -a…
in Thai ผู้ยิงธนู…
in German der Bogenschütze…
in Catalan arquer, -a…
in Japanese (弓の)射手…
in Indonesian pemanah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 射箭运动员, 弓箭手…
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