Definition of celebrator in English:

celebrator

Pronunciation /-ˌbrātər/

noun

See celebrate

‘He's a true Hollywood maverick (he also turned down a Rhodes Scholarship), who has attracted equal numbers of detractors and celebrators.’
  • ‘Is she really a natural-born celebrator, joyous and outgoing at every turn?’
  • ‘‘We're not traditional Thanksgiving celebrators,’ he explained.’
  • ‘Netherlanders are great celebrators of birthdays.’
  • ‘Once viewed as a simple celebrator of the American past, she came to be recognized as an explorer of the darker tones of American life - change, loss, diminishment.’