Definition of adulterator in English:

adulterator

noun

  • See adulterate

    • ‘‘The aim of the adulterators is not extermination,’ said one Italian police officer wryly.’
    • ‘The difference between an accidental crack, from dropping or hitting the object, and a breach that allowed the thief or adulterator access to the goods, would also be apparent.’
    • ‘The law on food hygiene is also an old one and does not properly penalise the adulterators.’
    • ‘The intent of national organic legislation was to level the playing field, not tilt it further so imitators and adulterators could more easily cash in by defrauding the public.’
    • ‘The adulterator now has to his disposal a number of natural isolates of lower priced essential oils.’

Pronunciation:

adulterator

/əˈdʌltəreɪtə/