/'stɑ:fə/ noun US
a member of the permanent staff

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  • staffer — [ stafe ] v. tr. <conjug. : 1> • 1904; de 1. staff ♦ Techn. Construire en staff. ● staffer verbe transitif (de staff 1) Réaliser des ouvrages en staff. staffer [stafe] v. tr. ÉTYM. 1904; …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • staffer — staf‧fer [ˈstɑːfə ǁ ˈstæfər] noun [countable] JOURNALISM someone who works for a particular organization, especially in the computer industry or the media (= television, radio, and newspapers): • 19 of the consortium s 23 full time staffers had… …   Financial and business terms

  • staffer — [staf′ər] n. a member of a staff, as of a newspaper …   English World dictionary

  • staffer — UK [ˈstɑːfə(r)] / US [ˈstɑfər] noun [countable] Word forms staffer : singular staffer plural staffers American a member of the staff of an organization, for example a newspaper White House staffers …   English dictionary

  • staffer — noun A member of a staff. The politician had a staffer send out the prepared statement …   Wiktionary

  • staffer — noun Staffer is used after these nouns: ↑campaign …   Collocations dictionary

  • staffer — [[t]stɑ͟ːfə(r), stæ̱f [/t]] staffers N COUNT: usu n N A staffer is a member of staff, especially in political organizations or in journalism. [mainly AM] The Sky News TV station is largely run by ex BBC news staffers …   English dictionary

  • staffer — noun Date: 1941 a member of a staff (as of a newspaper) …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • staffer — /staf euhr, stah feuhr/, n. 1. a member of a staff of employees or coworkers. 2. Journalism. an editorial employee, esp. a writer. Cf. stringer (def. 6). [1680 90; STAFF1 + ER1] * * * …   Universalium

  • staffer — staff|er [ˈsta:fə US ˈstæfər] n AmE someone who is paid to work for an organization …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • staffer — staff|er [ stafər ] noun count AMERICAN a member of the staff of an organization: White House staffers …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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