- 1A person who pays a brief visit or makes a telephone call: a special advice line was swamped by hundreds of callers the bailiff was a frequent callerMore example sentences
- Adding to his grief and pain was the number of frequent callers who wished to visit the famed author.
- Switches are devices used to route telephone calls from callers to receivers.
- Police in Southend are warning residents to beware of bogus callers who visit the area as summer approaches.
- 2A person who calls out numbers in a game of bingo or directions in a dance: a barn dance with a persuasive callerMore example sentences
- A call went out for bingo callers for Monday night.
- Two bingo callers in those earlier years were appointed.
- It affects mainly those who are on the phone all day long, but victims also include teachers, shop assistants and even bingo callers.
- 2.1Australian /NZ A racing or sports commentator: an experienced caller from the commentary teamMore example sentences
- Those of us in Melbourne will know that he has quickly become one of the higher profile AFL callers and commentators.
More definitions of callerDefinition of caller in:
- The US English dictionary