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preparer

[ pri-pair-er ]
/ prɪˈpɛər ər /
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someone who puts something into the proper condition or state of readiness:Consult with a tax preparer to ensure that you take advantage of any state or federal tax credits that may be available.
someone who makes, compiles, or creates something:As a CIA analyst assigned to the White House, he served as the chair of several intelligence committees and was the preparer of the President's daily brief.After handling raw poultry, food preparers must wash their hands thoroughly to avoid transmitting disease-causing bacteria.
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