Low-ranking employee; errand boy (from “go-for” ).
 ► “ I was a gofer in the studio, says Mr. Iovine. If you bring somebody tea 100 times and get it right each time, they get to like you.” (Wall Street Journal, Feb. 22, 1996, p. B1)

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