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author

noun /ˈoːθə/ ( feminine sometimes authoress)
the writer of a book, article, play etc
autor; autora
He used to be a well-known author but his books are out of print now a best-selling author.
authorship noun the state or fact of being an author
autoría
The authorship of the play is disputed.
Translations of “author”
in Korean 작가…
in Arabic مُؤلِّف, كاتِب…
in French auteur/-eure…
in Italian autore, -trice…
in Chinese (Traditional) 作者,作家, 著者, 發起者,始創人…
in Russian автор…
in Turkish yazar…
in Polish autor/ka, pisa-rz/rka…
in Portuguese autor, -ora…
in German der/die Autor(in)…
in Catalan autor, -a…
in Japanese 作家, 著者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 作者,作家, 著者, 发起者,创始人…
(Definition of author from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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