noun[often in combination]
1A person who looks for or observes a particular thing as a hobby or job: plane-spotters
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- It's at this point that real markets begin to form, nurtured by Cool Hunters and other for-hire trend spotters and culture vultures.
- Weather net control operators and spotters, he says, are better informed thanks to the Web.
- Other players key to winning, such as offensive linemen, can't be sorted by jersey numbers because the league's spotters are required to follow the action, not take attendance.
1.3US informal A person employed by a company or business to keep watch on employees or customers.
Words that rhyme with spotterblotter, cotta, cottar, dotter, gotta, hotter, jotter, knotter, otter, pelota, plotter, potter, ricotta, rotter, squatter, terracotta, totter, trotter
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