Definition of doer in English:

doer

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Pronunciation: /ˈduːə
 
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noun

1The person who does something: the doer of the action
More example sentences
  • Operational requirements for the doers and the in baskets for the staffers often get in the way.
  • For those who must labor in quiet to protect freedom from doers of evil: we congratulate you, even though we will never know your names.
  • He concludes that novels about terrorists will continue to be written, but that they will not be as sympathetic towards the actual doers of the deeds.
Synonyms
1.1A person who acts rather than merely talking or thinking: I’m a doer, not a moaner
More example sentences
  • In a country with so much to do, we could use a doer over a performer.
  • On the backbenches, Labour women argue that the performance so far shows that women are doers, while men play at politics.
  • The talkers and writers resent being left on the sidelines by the doers.
Synonyms
1.2 (also hard doer) Australian /NZ A person who is admired because of their courage and toughness.

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