Definition of donator in English:

donator

noun

  • See donate

    • ‘That's why, instead of compulsory donators, we need a fixed group of volunteers who know themselves well and are not eager for money.’
    • ‘Church officials say they are moved by the response and that the donators included someone on income support who sent £5 with an apology that they could not send more.’
    • ‘Thanks goes out to all those who took part on a freezing Saturday morning and also to all donators and well-wishers along the route.’
    • ‘But the club's future is looking bright thanks to the generosity of donators and the repair work carried out by Greenwich Council.’
    • ‘The shortfall is expected to be met by income generated from corporate supporters and by public donators, who have already donated nearly £25,000.’

Pronunciation

donator

/də(ʊ)ˈneɪtə/