Meaning of facilitator in English:


Pronunciation /fəˈsɪlɪteɪtə/

Translate facilitator into Spanish


  • A person or thing that makes an action or process easy or easier.

    ‘a true educator acts as a facilitator of learning’
    • ‘a programme run by trained facilitators’
    • ‘For those who wish to become facilitators, proper training is essential.’
    • ‘This is an internationally recognised programme run by trained facilitators.’
    • ‘Many people see sport as a key facilitator in bringing people together.’
    • ‘The workshop facilitator was a local business consultant.’
    • ‘She has since worked as a support group facilitator for chronic pain sufferers.’
    • ‘We uncovered important barriers and facilitators to the use of care management processes.’
    • ‘He also acts as a facilitator for cottage industries.’
    • ‘Tutors adopt the role of facilitator, rather than lecturer or trainer.’
    • ‘The financial services industry is an important facilitator of economic activity.’
    • ‘Facilitators will update the database almost on a daily basis.’