The difference between mamlatdar and collector
is that "mamlatdar" is the officer in charge of a taluk and "collector" is a person who or thing that collects, or which creates or manages a collection.
- (India) The officer in charge of a taluk.
- A person who or thing that collects, or which creates or manages a collection.
- A person who is employed to collect payments.
- (electronics) The amplified terminal on a bipolar junction transistor.
- A compiler of books; one who collects scattered passages and puts them together in one book.
- (historical) One holding a Bachelor of Arts in Oxford, formerly appointed to superintend some scholastic proceedings in Lent.
- A major sewer which collects sewerage from a number of smaller branch sewers
- A mafioso whose task is to collect protection money from small businesses
- He is an avid collector of nineteenth-century postage stamps.
- That old piano is just a big dust collector.
- Hungry for fame and the approval of rare-animal collector Queen Victoria , Darwin deceives the Captain and his crew into believing they can get enough booty to win the pirate competition by entering Polly in a science fair. So the pirates journey to London in cheerful, blinkered defiance of the Queen, a hotheaded schemer whose royal crest reads simply “I hate pirates."
- She works for the government as a tax collector.
- Andrew Houſtoun and Adam Muſhet, being Tackſmen of the Excize, did Imploy Thomas Rue to be their Collector, and gave him a Sallary of 30. pound Sterling for a year.
- Volumes […] without any of tthe collector’s own reflections.