top cager

top cager

[¦täp ‚kā·jər]
(mining engineering)
A person at the top of a mine shaft who superintends the lowering and raising of the cage, and, at most mines, the removing of loaded cars from the placing of empty cars in the cage.
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And unless a miracle occurs, the country's Asiad basketball drought will continue in Indonesia this August with basketball authorities preoccupied with preparation to put up a young team to face the world's top cagers when the country plays host to the 2023 Fiba World Cup and the current stars gearing up for the second window of the ongoing 2019 World Cup Asian qualifiers.
UV is the breeding ground of top cagers before so I believe the Baby Lancers have what it takes to become champions," said Que.