Meaning of “taker” in the English Dictionary

"taker" in British English

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(Definition of “taker” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"taker" in American English

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takernoun [ C usually pl ]

us /ˈteɪ·kər/

taker noun [ C usually pl ] (INTERESTED PERSON)

a person interested in what has been offered:

But now at 60 years old, she found no takers for her labor.

taker noun [ C usually pl ] (PERSON WHO ACTS)

a person who does something:

Census takers use a mathematical formula and apply it to the overall locality.

(Definition of “taker” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"taker" in Business English

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takernoun [ C, usually plural ]

uk /ˈteɪkər/ us

someone who agrees to buy or do something:

few/not many/no takers There have been few takers for stakes in Mexico's newly privatised companies.
A call for volunteers yielded only 30 takers.

a person or organization, etc. that takes something:

Many of the call takers at the company's call centre were young and inexperienced.

(Definition of “taker” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)