eatersN-COUNT: supp NYou use the word eater to refer to someone who eats in a particular way or who eats particular kinds of food.
I've never been a fussy eater...
Vegetarians have a significantly lower blood pressure than meat eaters.
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eater — UK [ˈiːtə(r)] / US [ˈɪtər] noun [countable] Word forms eater : singular eater plural eaters 1) someone who eats in a particular way a messy/noisy eater a healthy/big/hearty eater (= someone who eats a lot): He s small, but he s a healthy eater. a … English dictionary
eater — eat|er [ itər ] noun count 1. ) someone who eats in a particular way: a messy/noisy eater a healthy/big/hearty eater (=someone who eats a lot): He s small, but he s a healthy eater. a picky eater (=someone who does not like many foods): They have … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
eater — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ fish, fruit, meat, plant ▪ The bats live in the tropics and are fruit eaters. ▪ I am a meat eater but I am also an animal lover. ▪ … Collocations dictionary
eater — n. a heavy; light eater * * * [ iːtə] light eater a heavy … Combinatory dictionary
eater — eat|er [ˈi:tə US ər] n big/light/fussy etc eater someone who eats a lot, not much, only particular things etc ▪ I ve never been a big eater … Dictionary of contemporary English
eater — noun (C) big /light/fussy etc eater someone who eats a lot, not much, only particular things etc: I ve never been a big eater … Longman dictionary of contemporary English