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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhouseholderhouse‧hold‧er /ˈhaʊsˌhəʊldə $ -ˌhoʊldər/ noun [countable]  formalOWN someone who owns or is in charge of a househomeowner
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householderHouseholders and tradesmen both use the refuse dump to dispose of their garbage.All break-ins occurred during early evening and householders are being urged to be on the guard.The bad news for the average householder is written large, while the good news is in small print.Most householders were probably employees rather than employers, men who worked as journeymen or casual labourers.Any strapped corporation or overdrawn householder knows that pushing a liability several years into the future is money saved.Single householders, who suffered under the rates, will receive a 25 percent discount.The police are giving advice to householders on how to improve the security of their homes.The happiest results came when householders gave their evacuees time to settle in and made some attempt to understand their cultural differences.
From Longman Business Dictionaryhouseholderhouse‧hold‧er /ˈhaʊsˌhəʊldə-ˌhoʊldər/ noun [countable] someone who owns or is in charge of a houseMore and more householders are living on reduced income.
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