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EtymologyEdit

share +‎ -er

NounEdit

sharer (plural sharers)

  1. One who shares.
    • 1749, Henry Fielding, Tom Jones
      [] the true gamesters pretended to be ill, and refused their glass, while they plied heartily two young fellows, who were to be afterwards pillaged, as indeed they were without mercy. Of this plunder I had the good fortune to be a sharer, though I was not yet let into the secret.
  2. (informal) A dish at a restaurant, etc. intended to be shared between several people.
    Can we order the seafood platter as a sharer?

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