Sampler definitions

săm'plər
One who is employed to take and appraise samples, as of a food product.
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A mechanical device that is used to obtain and analyze samples.
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A person who prepares or selects samples for inspection.
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A decorative piece of cloth embroidered with various designs or mottoes in a variety of stitches, serving as an example of skill at needlework.
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A collection or assortment of representative selections.
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An electronic device used to copy and digitally manipulate a segment from an audio recording for use in a new recording.
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An electronic device used to sample.
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A cloth embroidered with designs, mottoes, etc. in different stitches, to show a beginner's skill.
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Someone whose job is to take samples.
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A device that takes samples.
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A representative collection or selection.

A sampler of American short-story writers.

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A variety; an assortment.
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(music) A digital device that merges together samples of recordings.
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A piece of needlework embroidered with a variety of designs.
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A representative selection of a larger group.
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Origin of sampler

Senses 3 and 4, partly Middle English model (from Anglo-Norman essamplur) and partly short for Middle English ensampler (from Anglo-Norman ensamplour) both from Late Latin exemplārium model, copy from Latin copy exemplar