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-watcher

suffix uk   /-wɒtʃ.ər/ us    /-wɑː.tʃɚ/
used with nouns to describe a person who is interested in and enjoys watching a particular thing: Royal-watchers have once again been speculating on the health of the princess.
Translations of “-watcher”
in Chinese (Traditional) 觀察…者, 關注…者, …觀察家…
in Chinese (Simplified) 观察…者, 关注…者, …观察家…
(Definition of -watcher suffix from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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