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ar·chi·vist

 (är′kə-vĭst, -kī′-)
n.
One who is in charge of archives.

archivist

(ˈɑːkɪvɪst)
n
(Professions) a person in charge of archives, their collection, and cataloguing

ar•chi•vist

(ˈɑr kə vɪst, -kaɪ-)

n.
a person who collects or is responsible for archives.
[1745–55; < French archiviste]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.archivist - a person in charge of collecting and cataloguing archivesarchivist - a person in charge of collecting and cataloguing archives
aggregator, collector - a person who collects things
Translations
أمين مَحْفوظات، قَيِّم أرشيف
archivář
arkivar
levéltáros
skjalavörîur
archivár
arkivarie
arşiv memuru

archivist

[ˈɑːkɪvɪst] Narchivero/a m/f, archivista mf (LAm)

archivist

[ˈɑːrkɪvɪst] narchiviste mf

archivist

nArchivar(in) m(f)

archivist

[ˈɑːkɪvɪst] narchivista m/f

archives

(ˈaːkaivz) noun plural
(a place for keeping) old documents, historical records etc.
ˈarchivist (-ki-) noun
a person who looks after archives.
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