Definition of tergiversator in English:

tergiversator

noun

  • See tergiversate

    • ‘And partly because, speaking as a natural tergiversator until the last moment, human development can be very quick in a high-conflict or high-pressure situation, much quicker than normal.’
    • ‘But then he made another statement that is worth reviewing in full, because it reflects a matter that has largely been elided by some tergiversators who have chosen to spin this whole matter.’

Pronunciation

tergiversator

/ˈtəːdʒɪvəːseɪtə/