Definition of looker in English:

looker

Line breaks: look¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈlʊkə
 
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noun

  • 1A person who looks: it depends on whether you are a listener, a looker or a doer
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    • The largest online travel company converts only 5 percent of their lookers into buyers.
    • Creamy beige furnishings let lookers know this is a tasteful home.
    • The bid spotter to bidder ratio was about one to one, but about 200 lookers showed up after lunch.
  • 2 [with adjective] A person with a specified appearance: a tough looker is not necessarily a tough fighter
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    • A big tough looker stood up on top of the car behind John and me.
    • She was a tough looker and she had enough berth to get through the crowds easily.
  • 2.1 informal A very attractive person: she was a real looker, good for the eyes
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    • Val grew to be a real looker, eventually moved to Los Angeles and became an actress.
    • The girl was a real looker but I don't like the look of the other guy.
    • ‘You could be a real looker if you wanted to be, Archie,’ she said.

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