[ loo k-er ]
/ ˈlʊk ər /


a person who looks.
Informal. a very attractive person.


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Origin of looker

1300–50; Middle English; 1900–05 for def 2; see look, -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for looker

/ (ˈlʊkə) /

noun informal

a person who looks
a very attractive person, esp a woman or girl
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