taker-in

[ tey-ker-in ]
/ ˈteɪ kərˈɪn /

noun

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Origin of taker-in

First recorded in 1830–40
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Example sentences from the Web for taker-in

  • And you require such a very interesting "taker-in" to make it bearable at all.

  • The taker-in receives the cotton from a feed-roller (C) that turns above a smooth iron plate (D) called the feed plate.