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keeper British & World English

A person who manages or looks after something or someone

keeper English Thesaurus

he was made keeper of the archives at court

lock-keeper British & World English

A person who is employed to attend and maintain a lock on a river or canal

ring keeper British & World English

The person in charge of a game of the coin-tossing gambling game of two-up

record keeper British & World English

A person or organization responsible for keeping records or accounts

saloon keeper British & World English

A person who runs a bar; a bartender

stock-keeper British & World English

A person who is in charge of the goods or merchandise in a warehouse or for a company

account keeper British & World English

A person who keeps the records of the financial affairs of a business

brothel-keeper British & World English

A person who runs a brothel

be one's brother's keeper British & World English

Be responsible for the behaviour of a relative, friend, or associate

barkeeper British & World English

A person who owns or serves drinks in a bar

doorkeeper British & World English

A person on duty at the entrance to a building

gamekeeper British & World English

A person employed to breed and protect game, typically for a large estate

gateman in gatekeeper British & World English

An attendant employed to control who goes through a gate

goalkeeper British & World English

A player in soccer or field hockey whose special role is to stop the ball from entering the goal

greenkeeper British & World English

A person employed to look after a golf course

hotelkeeper British & World English

A person who runs a hotel

innkeeper British & World English

A person who runs an inn

storekeeper British & World English

A person responsible for stored goods

timekeeper British & World English

A person who measures or records the amount of time taken, especially in a sports competition

zookeeper British & World English

An animal attendant employed in a zoo

wicketkeeper British & World English

A fielder stationed close behind a batsman’s wicket and typically equipped with gloves and pads

be one's brother's keeper in brother British & World English

Be responsible for the behaviour of a relative, friend, or associate