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taker

noun [C usually pl]  /ˈteɪ·kər/ us  

taker noun [C usually pl] (INTERESTED PERSON)

a person interested in what has been offered: But now at 60 years old, she found no takers for her labor.

taker noun [C usually pl] (PERSON WHO ACTS)

a person who does something: Census takers use a mathematical formula and apply it to the overall locality.
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