[ mar-uh-thon-er or, esp. British, -thuh-ner ]
/ ˈmær əˌθɒn ər or, esp. British, -θə nər /
a runner who competes in a marathon.
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runner, sprinter, racer, entrant, contestant, carrier, messenger, courier, jogger, page, harrier, trackman
- marathon group,
- marathon, battle of,
Origin of marathoner
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Examples from the Web for marathoner
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/ (ˈmærəθənə) /
a person who runs in a marathon
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