Definition of enumerator in English:

enumerator

Syllabification: e·nu·mer·a·tor
Pronunciation: /iˈn(y)o͞oməˌrātər
 
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noun

A person employed in taking a census of the population.
More example sentences
  • For example, in 1881 those whom the census enumerators clearly identified as being employed by the railway companies in east Kent numbered a total of 1,814.
  • The 1,000 enumerators recruited to collect census data across North Yorkshire in April will be asked to avoid going on to farmland with livestock.
  • Unlike previous censuses, enumerators do not have to go into people's homes to go through filled-in forms.

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