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Meaning of “tester” in the English Dictionary

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"tester" in American English

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testernoun [C]

us   /ˈtes·tər/
someone who tests something, esp. a new product: Our 11-year-old tester pronounced the gadget "very cool."
A tester is also a device or machine that performs tests: a battery tester
(Definition of tester from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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testernoun [C]

uk   /ˈtestər/ us  
a person or a machine that tests something: He got a job as a software tester. They are the world's top maker of memory chip testers.
MARKETING a small amount of a product in a container that you can try in order to see if you like it: a make-up/perfume tester
(Definition of tester from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “tester”
in Chinese (Simplified) 测试员, 试验员, 测试器,测试仪…
in Chinese (Traditional) 測試員, 試驗員, 測試器,測試儀…
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“tester” in Business English

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