poser


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pos·er 1

 (pō′zər)
n.
1. One who poses.
2. A poseur.

pos·er 2

 (pō′zər)
n.
A baffling question or problem.

poser

(ˈpəʊzə)
n
1. a person who poses
2. informal a person who likes to be seen in trendsetting clothes in fashionable bars, discos, etc

poser

(ˈpəʊzə)
n
a baffling or insoluble question

pos•er1

(ˈpoʊ zər)

n.
a person who poses.
[1885–90]

pos•er2

(ˈpoʊ zər)

n.
a puzzling question or problem.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.poser - a person who habitually pretends to be something he is not
show-off, exhibitionist - someone who deliberately behaves in such a way as to attract attention
poseuse - a woman poseur
2.poser - a person who poses for a photographer or painter or sculptorposer - a person who poses for a photographer or painter or sculptor; "the president didn't have time to be a model so the artist worked from photos"
artist's model, sitter - a person who poses for a painter or sculptor
assistant, helper, help, supporter - a person who contributes to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose; "my invaluable assistant"; "they hired additional help to finish the work"
dressmaker's model - someone who models dresses
photographer's model - a model who poses for photographers
3.poser - a particularly difficult or baffling question or problemposer - a particularly difficult or baffling question or problem
problem - a question raised for consideration or solution; "our homework consisted of ten problems to solve"

poser

noun puzzle, problem, question, riddle, enigma, conundrum, teaser, tough one, vexed question, brain-teaser (informal), knotty point Here's a little poser for you.
Translations

poser

[ˈpəʊzəʳ] N
1. (= problem) → problema m or pregunta f difícil
2. (= person) = poseur

poser

[ˈpəʊzər] n
(= person) (pejorative)poseur/euse m/f
(= problem) → colle f

poser

n
(= person)Angeber(in) m(f)
(inf: = difficult problem or question) → harte Nuss (inf)

poser

[ˈpəʊzəʳ] (fam) n (problem) → domanda difficile (pej) (person) → posatore/trice
References in classic literature ?
Looked at close, it alters very considerably for the worse, and becomes, to speak the plain truth -- a Poser.
This was a poser for Robin, since he liked not the idea of staying over night at the Sheriff's house.
I was ready to cry and there the creature sat in front of me with an imbecile smile as much as to say 'here is a poser for you.
But let his questions not be troublesome; for that is fit for a poser.
This was a poser, and they gave up the puzzle, though Jamie confided to Rose that he did not think he could live till Monday without knowing what this remarkable thing was.
In spite of his real ability, Bulwer was a poser and sentimentalist, characteristics for which he was vigorously ridiculed by Thackeray.
This being something in the nature of a poser for Podsnap, he merely waves it away with a speechless wave.
He carried his black kid gloves IN his hands, and not ON them; and as he spoke, thrust his wrists beneath his coat tails, with the air of a man who was in the habit of propounding some regular posers.
Streamlined workflow and powerful new rendering engine make Poser Pro 11 design and animation software a "content creator's dream"
However, it was the orgasm poser which raised eyebrows and led some to brand it in bad taste on social media.
If a novel can be measured by its imaginative precision, the shrewdness of its characterization and the authority of its prose, then The Poser, Jacob Rubin's smart and absorbing debut, claims its power early and rarely surrenders it.
John 'Budgie' Burridge, the madcap journeyman goalkeeper, found a novel way to put a pool-side poser in his place at Villa's swanky hotel in Martinique.