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reviewer

noun [C] uk   /rɪˈvjuː.ər/ us    //

reviewer noun [C] (CRITIC)

someone who writes articles expressing their opinion of a book, play, film, etc.

reviewer noun [C] (OFFICIAL)

someone who works for an official organization that controls a particular type of activity: A Food and Drug Agency reviewer said the new treatment appears to be working effectively.
Translations of “reviewer”
in Chinese (Traditional) 評論家…
in Russian рецензент, обозреватель, критик…
in Turkish eleştirmen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 评论家…
in Polish recenzent/ka, krytyk…
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