Definition of eliminator in English:

eliminator

noun

  • See eliminate

    • ‘But that fight has been put on the back-burner and Wharton is now expected to face Londoner Mark Delaney in April, possibly in an eliminator for the British, Commonwealth and European belts.’
    • ‘Some maintain that these professional paranormal eliminators in New York are the cause of it all.’
    • ‘And even if tax eliminators win only a few of the battles, it will be a major move in the right direction.’
    • ‘There was also the women's under-19 soccer team that was in South Africa in the same week besides having hosted their counterparts from there two weeks previously in a World Cup eliminator.’
    • ‘It brings together two of the most successful clubs in British rugby league history, with Wigan having made it though the final eliminator last week thanks to a 44-10 demolition of St Helens.’

Pronunciation

eliminator

/əˈlɪməˌneɪdər//əˈliməˌnādər/