Meaning of infighter in English:

infighter

Pronunciation /ˈɪnˌfʌɪtə/

Translate infighter into Spanish

noun

See infighting

‘‘A year ago, yes, there really was a shortage of money and people,’ she said, with the innate caution of a bureaucratic infighter.’
  • ‘He may have been extraordinarily passive on economic and social matters, but he was a superb bureaucratic infighter - bold, decisive and ruthless.’
  • ‘Second, he wasn't merely a fighter; he was an infighter.’
  • ‘We are less familiar with his skills as an infighter seeking to take over the Reform Party and treat it as his personal property.’
  • ‘Darman fancies himself both cynic and idealist, bureaucratic infighter and wise man.’