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possessor

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpossessorpos‧ses‧sor /pəˈzesə $ -ər/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 formal someone who owns or has something – often used humorouslypossessor of 🔊 He’s now the proud possessor of two satellite dishes.
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possessorHe was instantly celebrated as a possessor of breathtaking quickness and ball-handling, a deft-shooting touch and suffocating defensive prowess.Yet beyond their fame, those players were all possessors of the fundamental skills of the game.First, you figure out who has it; then you figure out what its possessor needs and whether you have that.The lads were as cheerful as ever but guarded, like the possessors of unwelcome news.In the second place, it involves some intention to maintain that control on the part of the possessor.The police did not prove any intent on the part of the possessor to use it to cause injury.The rewards to the possessors are more or less proportional to the supply.The possessor, at last, of secret knowledge.possessor ofthe world's largest possessor of chemical weapons
From Longman Business Dictionarypossessorpos‧ses‧sor /pəˈzesə-ər/ noun [countable] formal the owner of somethingSaudi Arabia is the possessor of the largest oil reserves in the world.
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