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spotter

noun spot·ter \ˈspä-tər\

: someone who looks for a particular type of person or thing

: a person who watches and helps someone who is exercising in order to help prevent injuries

Full Definition of SPOTTER

1
:  one that makes or applies a spot (as for identification)
2
:  one that looks or keeps watch: as
a :  one that locates enemy targets
b :  a civilian who watches for approaching airplanes
c :  a person who assists another during exercise (as to prevent injury)
3
:  one that removes spots
4
:  one that places something on or in a desired spot

Examples of SPOTTER

  1. When you lift weights, you should always have a spotter.

First Known Use of SPOTTER

1611

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