Meaning of nominator in English:


Pronunciation /ˈnɒmɪneɪtə/


See nominate

‘Following a series of prestigious events, Saturday night's gala ball, attended by 350 people representing the nominators, sponsors, parents and friends of the contestants, proved yet again to be the undoubted highlight.’
  • ‘The fewer filters between the nominators and the artists, the more interesting the nominations will become.’
  • ‘Nominations for the fellows are done anonymously by several hundred nominators appointed annually, which means that the winners are usually unaware that they are in the running.’
  • ‘The nominators spoke in glowing terms of the standard of hospitality they received at all three guest homes.’
  • ‘The veterinary practitioner who wins the Stronghold Veterinary Petcare Award will receive a prize valued at IR £2,000 and the Perpetual Stronghold trophy, with a weekend away awarded to the winner's nominator.’