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influence +‎ -er

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influencer (plural influencers)

  1. A person who or a thing which influences.
    • 2018 November 11, Sapna Maheshwari, “Are You Ready for the Nanoinfluencers?”, in New York Times[1]:
      By now you have probably heard of influencers, that group of internet-famous people who have more than a million social media followers and can make big money by plugging various brands. And you may have even heard of microinfluencers, who do the same thing for a still sizable but somewhat smaller social media audience — from the tens to low hundreds of thousands.

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  • Joe Miller (24 January 2018), “Davos jargon: A crime against the English language?”, in BBC News[2], BBC

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EtymologyEdit

From influence +‎ -er.

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influencer

  1. influence (to exert an influence upon)

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This verb is part of a group of -er verbs for which ‘c’ is softened to a ‘ç’ before the vowels ‘a’ and ‘o’.

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English influencer

NounEdit

influencer m or f (plural influencers)

  1. influencer