Translation of taker in Spanish:

taker

Pronunciation: /ˈteɪkər; ˈteɪkə(r)/

n

  • interesado, (masculine, feminine) I offered to take them to the beach but there were no takers me ofrecí a llevarlos a la playa pero nadie quiso ir or no hubo interesados there's plenty of soup left: any takers? queda mucha sopa ¿alguien quiere más or tiene interés?
    More example sentences
    • There were no takers for her offer, for everyone seemed to want a lively dance instead.
    • There would be plenty of takers further afield, but the farm doesn't have the manpower to run it.
    • Poultry shops like this one in Triplicane are finding fewer takers these days due to the bird influenza scare.

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