- collector (n.)
- late 14c., "gatherer of taxes, etc.," from Anglo-French collectour "collector" (of money or taxes; Old French collector, Modern French collecteur), from Late Latin collector, agent noun from colligere (see collect). Fem. form collectress is attested from 1825.
- 1. An art historian and collector, he was also a practising architect.
- 2. He became a ticket collector at Waterloo Station.
- 3. He earned his living as a tax collector.
- 4. It'll be difficult to get past the ticket collector without paying.
- 5. What will you do if the debt collector comes down on you?
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