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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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rockerrock‧er /ˈrɒkə $ ˈrɑːkər/ noun [countable]  1 x-ref American English a rocking chair2 DHFone of the curved pieces of wood fixed to the bottom of a rocking chair, that allows it to move backwards and forwards if you push it3 be off your rocker4 SSYa member of a group of young people in Britain in the 1960s who wore leather jackets, rode motorcycles, and listened to rock ‘nroll musicmod, greaser5 a musician who plays rock ‘n’ roll music, or someone who likes this kind of music ageing rockers
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rockerrocker Carl PerkinsFive chairs, one broken, one a rocker.What is it about soundtrack projects that makes hard rockers want to change their tune?Have you finally gone off your rocker?
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