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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdispatcherdi‧spatch‧er /dɪˈspætʃə $ -ər/ noun [countable] American English  someone whose job is to send out vehicles such as taxis or ambulances to places where they are needed
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dispatcherPederson has been with the companies exempt commodities division since 1994 as a dispatcher.There were in all six of an aircrew, plus an army dispatcher.At the centre, dispatchers keep track of taxis on monitor screens, which can display up to five cabs per pole.Edelstein challenges any preconceptions one might have of what a New Jersey steel dispatcher should look like.The connection ended before the dispatcher could talk to the caller.The dispatcher raised his arm, watching the red bulb above his head.
From Longman Business Dictionarydispatcherdis‧patch‧er /dɪˈspætʃə-ər/ noun [countable]1someone whose job is to make sure that goods or workers are sent out at the right timeJOBTRANSPORTAt the centre, dispatchers keep track of taxis on monitor screens.2the person, company etc that has sent a package, goods etcTRANSPORTThe person receiving the parcel in prison could be prosecuted but the dispatcher could not be dealt with.
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