Meaning of extortioner in English:

extortioner

Pronunciation /ɪkˈstɔːʃ(ə)nə/ /ɛkˈstɔːʃ(ə)nə/

Translate extortioner into Spanish

noun

See extortion

‘It's all about cost of living, and husbandry, and sustainability, and not spending the rest of your life - as an individual or a business - paying blackmail to extortioners.’
  • ‘Mr Prasad, however, refused to name the extortioners.’
  • ‘According to the reports, many of these extortioners are recently released prisoners.’
  • ‘The crowd was dismayed, because tax collectors were stereotyped as ‘rapacious extortioners.’’
  • ‘His later attempts to revise tax-assessments and improve the efficiency of their collection soon won him the reputation of an extortioner.’