Definition of participator in US English:

participator

noun

  • See participate

    • ‘Civil liberties groups and music fans say the bill unfairly targets electronic music and might bring about unforeseen consequences for both promoters and participators.’
    • ‘More clean up days with more participators are needed.’
    • ‘A self-confessed participator as opposed to spectator, I vowed to stop watching in awe and find out if it really is as easy as it looks on the TV.’
    • ‘What's special about this CD is that these artists were selected for the album because they are active participators and supporters in the Amnesty International Organization.’
    • ‘Rachel was somebody who did not stand and just watch life pass by she was a participator, someone who was always willing to involve herself fully in projects.’

Pronunciation

participator

/pärˈtisiˌpādər//pɑrˈtɪsɪˌpeɪdər/