Pelin
Are both the same? awarder and awardee
Feb 13, 2016 6:09 PM
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An "awarder" would be the giver of an award. An awardee would be the "receiver" of an award.
February 13, 2016
No :) This is an example of a fairly common pattern distinguishing between the one who does something and the one who has something done to them. Here the "awarder" is the one giving the award, to the "awardee". -ee in particular is often user to identify the one who has something done to them, or who is the recipient of an action. Another example might me "Licenser" (giver) and "Licensee" (receiver / holder). HTH
February 13, 2016
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