Caller ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Caller ( noun )

  1. A person who makes a telephone call.
  2. A person or thing that calls or summons.
  3. A person who makes a visit or social call.

Origin:

From middle english caler, from old english cæl(e)re, from cēlan ("to cal.l")

Examples:

  1. The caller was a telemarketer trying to sell something.
  2. The caller was a friend of hers from college.
  3. The caller ID on the phone said it was her mother calling.
  4. The caller at the door was the mailman.
  5. The caller of the meeting was the president of the company.

(As a verb)

Caller ( verb )

  1. A person who makes a telephone call.
  2. A person or thing that calls or summons.
  3. A person who makes a visit or social call.

Origin:

From middle english caler, from old english cæl(e)re, from cēlan ("to cal.l")

Examples:

  1. The caller was a telemarketer trying to sell something.
  2. The caller was a friend of hers from college.
  3. The caller ID on the phone said it was her mother calling.
  4. The caller at the door was the mailman.
  5. The caller of the meeting was the president of the company.
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