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attendee

[uh-ten-dee, at-en-, uh-ten-dee] /ə tɛnˈdi, ˌæt ɛn-, əˈtɛn di/
noun
1.
a person who is present at a specific time or place:
a conference with thousands of attendees.
Origin of attendee
1935-1940
1935-40; attend + -ee
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attendee

/əˌtɛnˈdiː/
noun
1.
a person who is present at a specified event
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attendee

n.

"one who attends" (something), 1961, from attend + -ee. Attender is older (mid-15c.) but had senses "one who waits upon" and "one who gives heed."

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