bagger

[bag-er]
noun
1.
a person who packs groceries or other items into bags.
2.
a bag of cloth or plastic attached to a power lawn mower to collect grass as it is cut.

Origin:
1730–40, for earlier sense; bag + -er1

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Word Origin & History

bagger
1740, "miser," from bag (q.v.). Of persons who bag various things for a living, from 19c.; meaning "machine that puts things in bags" is from 1896.
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Example sentences
Ask the bagger to bag your meat in the store plastic bags and have everything else packed into your eco bags.
The worker's services are managed by the head bagger, who also arranges the work schedule.
The head bagger was responsible for scheduling, hiring, firing and disciplining baggers.
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