Meaning of cosmologist in English:

cosmologist

Pronunciation /kɒzˈmɒlədʒɪst/

See synonyms for cosmologist

noun

See cosmology

‘Likewise, heliocentricity, while accepted by all but a tiny minority of astronomers and cosmologists, still has its detractors.’
  • ‘Looking for such a signal is a big goal of cosmologists right now.’
  • ‘But it is being increasingly discussed by other eminent physicists and cosmologists.’
  • ‘These explosions are believed by astronomers and cosmologists to mark the birth of black holes.’
  • ‘A cosmologist based in Cambridge, he is an expert on gamma-ray bursts: paroxysms of radiation that signal the deaths of stars and the births of black holes.’