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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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controllercon‧trol‧ler /kənˈtrəʊlə $ -ˈtroʊlər/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 BFIN CHARGE OFsomeone who is in charge of a particular system, organization, or part of an organization air-traffic controllers2 (also comptroller) formalBF someone who is in charge of the money received or paid out by a company or government department
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controllerWayne, the treasurer and controller, exercised power to successfully establish an offshore trading company.Mr Mayer, 39 years old, was previously corporate controller of Host Marriott Corp.The video and disk controllers and network interfaces have been integrated directly on to the motherboard.the state controllerIn fact, everything but the controller.This can cause loss of control, or at least a lot more work for the controller.The androids had pulled the shaking and distraught officer from the wreck of the room and taken him directly to their controller.Duncan looked at Myeloski; they had gone as far as they could with the air-traffic controller.Nicholas Tafuri and co-pilot Don Williams -- with air-traffic controllers.air traffic controllers
From Longman Business Dictionarycontrollercon‧trol‧ler /kənˈtrəʊlə-ˈtroʊlər/ noun [countable]FINANCEACCOUNTING another name for COMPTROLLER
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