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-maker

suffix
a person, company, or machine that makes a particular thing: Who are the policy-makers in the department? a coffee-maker
→  See also decision-maker , market-maker , moneymaker , order-maker
Translations of “-maker”
in Chinese (Traditional) …的製造者, 製造…的機器…
in Chinese (Simplified) …的制造者, 制造…的机器…
(Definition of -maker suffix from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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