From English collector, borrowed from Anglo-Norman collectour, from Late Latin collector, from Latin colligere ("to gather together", past participle collectus), from com- (together) + legare (to choose), from Proto-Indo-European *leg- (“to pick out, select”).
- Hyphenation: ko‧lek‧tor
- a person who or a thing that collects, or which creates or manages a collection
- a person who is employed to collect payments
For quotations of use of this term, see Citations:kolektor.
kòlektor m (Cyrillic spelling ко̀лектор)