Definition of stager in English:

stager

Pronunciation /ˈstājər/ /ˈsteɪdʒər/

noun

  • 1

    (also home stager)
    North American A person whose job is to style and furnish properties for sale in such a way as to enhance their attractiveness to potential buyers.

    ‘it's common for stagers to declutter and depersonalize homes by putting furniture and family photos into storage’
    • ‘hiring a home stager can make your house stand out from other listings’
    • ‘Most stagers work with the knickknacks and art that the homeowner already owns.’
    • ‘If the home is occupied, the stager will declutter, neutralize and decorate for the masses.’
    • ‘Tori is a DIY and lifestyle expert, award-winning home stager and lifestyle authority.’
    • ‘Home stagers make more money than real estate agents.’
    • ‘The stager says that, yes, altered photos might get people in the door but what comes next is dicier.’
    • ‘A good stager will help a home—not the homeowner—look its best.’
    • ‘A stager can help with your online listing, too.’
    • ‘With the aid of a professional home stager, your house can make a notable first impression on potential homebuyers.’
    • ‘The celebrity stager stressed that rooms should clearly convey specific functions.’
    • ‘Stagers possess the skills of a top-level designer and they create dramatic scenery that appeals to all five senses.’
  • 2archaic An actor.

    ‘Their performances include frequent encores, presumably lasting until the stagers tire and the birds move on to the next tune.’
    • ‘The most shameful element in the production was not the weak choreographic text but the stagers ' spineless indecision about tone.’