Definition of reviewer in English:

reviewer

Line breaks: re|view¦er
Pronunciation: /rɪˈvjuːə
 
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noun

1A person who writes critical appraisals of books, plays, films, etc. for publication: she’s a reviewer for the Los Angeles Times a film reviewer
More example sentences
  • There's hell to pay if moviegoers waste their money on films that a reviewer has acclaimed.
  • BBC film got three different reviewers to examine the three Scream movies.
  • The book includes a review of each play written by a different reviewer after it was performed.
Synonyms
critic, commentator, connoisseur, judge, observer, pundit, analyst, arbiter
2A person who formally assesses something with a view to changing it if necessary: a rent reviewer
More example sentences
  • Each issue raised by a general reviewer was formally logged and tracked to resolution.
  • Two reviewers independently assessed each article for eligibility.
  • Reports of potentially relevant trials were obtained, and two reviewers assessed each for eligibility.

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