keeper

Word family noun keep keeper keeping adjective kept verb keep
From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
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keeperkeep‧er /ˈkiːpə $ -ər/ noun [countable] 1 BOHBAsomeone who looks after animals a beekeeper Bob is head lion keeper at the zoo. gamekeeper, zoo-keeper2 BOLOOK AFTER somethingsomeone whose job is to look after a particular place or thing a lighthouse keeperkeeper of the keeper of Greek coins in the British Museum3 British English informalDSO a goalkeeper4 I am not somebody’s keeper wicket keeper
Examples from the Corpus
keeperThis one's a keeper.Demitros is the zoo's head gorilla keeper.keeper ofThe CEO could be considered the keeper of the company's assets.
From King Business Dictionarykeeperkeep‧er /ˈkiːpə-ər/ noun [countable]1someone whose job is to look after a particular place or area of workWarehouse keepers must keep daily records related to grain in storage.2informalMARKETING a product that a company decides to continue selling