Taker

(redirected from takers)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms.

Taker

Slang; a buyer or potential buyer. For example, one may offer a product at a certain price and ask, "Any takers?"
References in periodicals archive ?
A penalty taker has to be 100 per cent confident and you have to know that if you get one you are ready and mentally prepared.
Test takers can now choose the option and time to take IELTS that best works for them.
multiple potential takers (Taker, Taker 2, Taker 3...)--all with
The drop in this year's pass rate appears to be driven by repeat test takers, as the number of first-time takers who passed the July exam was on par with the past two years at 71 percent.
The aspirin takers were also 38 percent more likely to suffer a "major hemorrhage" such as stomach or brain bleeding serious enough to require transfusion, hospitalization, or surgery.
USC Law Dean Robert Wilcox said it's important to note that the majority of first-time test takers take the bar exam in July, which may be a factor in the higher scores.
Many test takers mistake the IELTS for being a "pass or fail" test.
As his students recognized their teacher's competitiveness, the Korean math guru decided to pass on his know-how to test takers in other countries.
* Non-white test takers receive lower scores than white test takers.
An overall score of 1210 to 1520 puts you in the top 10 percent of test takers. Anywhere in between those numbers is considered a top score.
I'M sure I'm not alone in being a little surprised at Liverpool's penalty takers, and the order of them, at Wembley.