dispatcher Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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dispatchernoun [C]

uk   us   /dɪˈspætʃər/
TRANSPORT a ​person whose ​job is to make sure that ​planes, ​trains, or buses ​leave on ​time: A dispatcher who was ​monitoring the ​flightsentmessages to the plane's cockpit ​computer but got no ​response.
TRANSPORT a ​person whose ​job is to ​manage a ​group of ​vehicles, especially for the ​emergencyservices, and ​send them where they are needed: an ​emergency/911/​police dispatcher He ​works as a ​truck dispatcher for a coal ​company.
COMMERCE the ​person or ​company that has ​sentgoods, a ​message, etc. to a ​place: If there is a delay, you will need to ​contact the dispatcher.
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