[ UK /tˈa‍ɪmkiːpɐ/ ]
  1. a clerk who keeps track of the hours worked by employees
  2. (sports) an official who keeps track of the time elapsed
  3. a measuring instrument or device for keeping time
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How To Use timekeeper In A Sentence

  • The timekeeper at the docks and the stationmaster solicited votes.
  • Meetings followed a structured agenda; roles of leader, timekeeper, and recorder were designated.
  • His early timekeepers were controlled by pendulums but, in anything but a flat calm, their going was most erratic.
  • Bernie Ecclestone appointed us as the sport's official timekeepers.
  • Officials include a referee, judges and a timekeeper.
  • While the timekeepers claimed they had been forced to take their cue from the umpire, Chiltern's loss left a bitter taste that flavoured matches against Greta for almost five decades.
  • After the first run over the measured kilometre, the timekeeper shouted, ‘Plus 47!’
  • Gene, stunned, insists that he should do it again for an official timekeeper while Finny insists that he wants his feat to be kept a secret.
  • There would be enough officials and the timekeepers would be qualified and registered.
  • Managers have to discipline themselves to set clear goals and measurable outcomes for teleworking employees rather than acting as timekeepers.
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