There are 2 definitions of shipper in English:

shipper1

Syllabification: ship·per
Pronunciation: /ˈSHipər
 
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noun

A person or company that sends or transports goods by sea, land, or air.
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  • The company has made it a thousand times easier to track shipments, by having shippers fill out airbills online.
  • Return address labels, pre-paid postage and integrated tracking are becoming more commonly provided by shippers.
  • They complete all procedural and documentation formalities involved in customs and port clearance on behalf of the shipper, and arrange for the warehousing of cargo before shipment.

Origin

late Old English scipere 'sailor' Current senses date from the mid 18th century.

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There are 2 definitions of shipper in English:

shipper2

Syllabification: ship·per
Pronunciation: /ˈSHipər
 
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noun

informal
A person who supports or has a particular interest in a romantic pairing between two characters in a fictional series, often when such a relationship is not depicted in the series itself: I’m not a Snape/Hermione shipper the relationship is bound to ruffle some shippers' feathers
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  • But as you shippers are well aware, the road to a wedding is never smooth.
  • Derek and Meredith shippers will get a kick out of episode 13, where the episode will involve some trips down memory lane.
  • We've also got an update on a certain New Girl couple that might enrage certain shippers.

Origin

1990s: short for relationshipper, in same sense; originally with reference to writers of fan fiction concerning such relationships.

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