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packager

[ pak-uh-jer ]
/ ˈpæk ə dʒər /
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noun
a person or business firm that packages a product or merchandise for commercial sale: a soap packager.
a person or firm that creates and assembles a tour, television show, book, or other product and offers it for sale, use, exhibition, etc., in a completed form: a packager of European vacations; a packager of rock shows.
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Origin of packager

First recorded in 1955–60; package + -er1
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How to use packager in a sentence

  • There had been none since the day when the packager collapsed, at the edge of the total-evaporation zone.

British Dictionary definitions for packager

packager
/ (ˈpækɪdʒə) /

noun
an independent firm specializing in design and production, as of illustrated books or television programmes which are sold to publishers or television companies as finished products
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