Definition of intervenor in English:

intervenor

noun

  • See intervene

    • ‘Jurors then hear evidence from experts and various intervenors.’
    • ‘The National Association of Women and the Law was an intervenor arguing that this regulation exacerbates women's existing inequality, poverty and vulnerability to sexual and racial violence and discrimination.’
    • ‘All the proceeds from the bazaar will go to our staff and intervenors.’
    • ‘He was able to attend a press conference in Ottawa shortly after the decision was handed down only because the Native Women's Association of Canada, an intervenor in his case, paid his way to the nation's capital.’
    • ‘Culture-specific intervention strategies are needed that reflect subjective cultural characteristics and group expectations; involve culturally competent intervenors; and have a culturally relevant theoretical framework.’

Pronunciation

intervenor

/-ˈvēnər/