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sampler

[ sam-pler, sahm- ]
/ ˈsæm plər, ˈsɑm- /
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noun
a person who samples.
a piece of cloth embroidered with various stitches, serving to show a beginner's skill in needlework.
a collection of samples, selections, etc.: a sampler of French poetry.
an electronic device that digitally encodes and stores samples of sound.
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Origin of sampler

1250–1300; Middle English samplere<Old French essamplere,exemplaire<Latin exemplāriumexemplar
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British Dictionary definitions for sampler

sampler
/ (ˈsɑːmplə) /

noun
a person who takes samples
a piece of embroidery executed as an example of the embroiderer's skill in using a variety of stitches: often incorporating numbers, letters, and the name and age of the embroiderer in a decorative panel
music a piece of electronic equipment used for sampling
a recording comprising a collection of tracks from other albums, intended to stimulate interest in the featured products
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