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inventor

noun [C]
 
 
/ɪnˈventər/
someone who has invented something, or whose job is to invent things: the inventor of sth Thomas Edison was the inventor of the electric light bulb.
Translations of “inventor”
in Korean 발명가…
in Arabic مُختَرِع…
in Portuguese inventor, -ora…
in Catalan inventor, -a…
in Japanese 発明家…
in Italian inventore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 發明家, 創造者…
in Russian изобретатель…
in Turkish mucit, bulucu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发明家, 创造者…
in Polish wynalaz-ca/czyni…
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