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taker

noun uk   /ˈteɪ.kər/ us    /-kɚ/

taker noun (ACCEPT)

someone who accepts or wants what someone is offeringfew/no/not many takers few, no, or not many people interested in what has been offered: I put an advert in the paper to sell my bike but I haven't had any takers.

taker noun (DRUG USER)

someone who uses a drug or medicine: a drug taker

taker noun (HOLD)

someone who takes or holds someone or something: a hostage taker
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