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stenographer

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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stenographerste‧nog‧ra‧pher /stəˈnɒɡrəfə $ -ˈnɑːɡrəfər/ noun [countable] American English or British English old-fashioned 🔊 🔊 BOBsomeone whose job is to write down what someone else is saying, using stenography, and then type a copy of it
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stenographerA stenographer was taking things down.Also patron of actors, lawyers, secretaries, and stenographers.Precis writers and stenographers are in a similar position.Prosecutors, grand jurors, marshals and court stenographers are legally compelled not to reveal what happens in the grand jury room.Doyle smiled at the stenographer again as she glanced up.Every name she mentioned was noted down, not only by the stenographer, but by Beamish.Granted, at this early stage of our relationship, the stenographer seems hearing-impaired.
From Longman Business Dictionarystenographerste‧nog‧ra‧pher /steˈnɒgrəfə-ˈnɑːgrəfər/ noun [countable] American EnglishLAW someone whose job is to write down what someone is saying in court, using stenography, and then type a copy of ita court stenographer
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