Definition of paddler in English:

paddler

noun

See paddle

‘A Paddler’s Guide presents a rating system for each route that includes possible hazards, navigational challenges, potential wind and tidal influences, overall mileage and paddling time, and a running description of both physical and cultural landmarks along the way.’
  • ‘Running into a sweeper will push a canoe over or could push and hold the paddler below the surface of the water.’

noun

See paddle

‘Although most members of the team are beginners, we have eight core members who are experienced paddlers.’
  • ‘She's one of the best female paddlers in the world.’
  • ‘We are now looking for paddlers to come forth and register for this year's event.’
  • ‘A dragon-boat ranges from 50 to 100 feet in length, with a beam of about five and a half feet, accommodating paddlers sitting side by side.’
  • ‘A spear is lit from the fire and hurled across the lake, where a fireball erupts and two paddlers in a torch-laden canoe make an impressive entrance.’