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-er

suffix (PERFORMER) 执行者     /r/ US  // ( also -or)
added to some verbs to form nouns which refer to people or things that do that particular activity (加在某些动词后构成名词)做…的人,用于…的物 a singer (= a person who sings) 歌手 a swimmer (= a person who swims) 游泳者 a dishwasher (= a machine or person that washes dishes) 洗碗机;洗碗的人 an actor (= a person who acts) 演员 Acting and actsDealing with things or people
(Definition of -er suffix (PERFORMER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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