English version

tipster

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Horses
tipstertip‧ster /ˈtɪpstə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  DSHsomeone who gives information about which horse is likely to win a race
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tipsterMy most pressing experience of Wigg as a tipster was on one of the rare occasions when I went to the Derby.But we are not shirking our duty as tipsters.The shares were coasting along at above 400p and looking like going better after a string of tipsters recommendations.Dan Gardner later came forward and admitted that he was the tipster.Readers' original gardening tips Another batch of £50 cash prizes are winging their way to this month's top tipsters.On one hand, the prospect of a reward may draw out some otherwise wary tipsters.
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