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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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packerpack‧er /ˈpækə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  BODFsomeone who works in a factory, putting things into containers
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packerThen she figured out I want me a packer jacket.I have a friend at Sotheby's, who is sending a skilled art packer to box up these things tomorrow.Although many big packers welcome it, the National Meat Association and some industry figures have resisted the change.For reciprocal altruism in mobile animals, as demonstrated by packer in baboons, more is needed.A £25 excess applies and brittle items must be packaged by professional packers.The 14 spouts are spread across the 4m width, coming in after the tines and before the packer roller.
From Longman Business Dictionarypackerpack‧er /ˈpækə-ər/ noun [countable] JOBsomeone whose work involves preparing goods and putting them in containersGlass items must be packaged by professional packers.
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