Definition of reparator in English:

reparator

noun

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  • A person who repairs or makes amends for something; a person who brings about or makes reparation.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Thomas Cooper (c1517–1594), theologian and bishop of Winchester. From classical Latin reparātor person who renews or restores, in post-classical Latin also with specifically reference to Christ as redeemer from reparāt-, past participial stem of reparāre + -or.

Pronunciation

reparator

/rɪˈparətə//ˈrɛpəreɪtə/