Complete Definition of "caller"

English

Etymology
Agent noun of call.

Pronunciation
a|RP IPA|/ËkÉËlÉ/, SAMPA|/"kO:[email protected]/
a|GenAm? IPA|/ËkÉËlÉ/, SAMPA|/"kO:[email protected]`/
:rhymes|ÉËlÉ(r)

Noun
en-noun

  1. The person who made a telephone call.

#:I've got someone on the line
#:Who's the caller?

  1. A visitor.
  2. context|bingo The person who stands at the front of the hall and announces the numbers.

French
rfv

Pronunciation
IPA|/kale/, SAMPA|/kale/

Verb
infl|fr|verb

  1. context|slang|colloquial|lang=fr To call.

Scots

Etymology
Alteration of calver.

Pronunciation
IPA|/ËkÉlÉr/

Adjective
sco-adj

  1. fresh|Fresh (of food, especially fish).

#:Wha'll buy my caller herrinâ, / New drawn frae the Forth? (Caroline Oliphaunt, âCaller Herrin'â)

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