Definition of consolidator in English:

consolidator

Pronunciation /kənˈsälədādər/ /kənˈsɑlədeɪdər/

noun

See consolidate

‘In this sense, the contest between transformers and consolidators is merely a version of the battle royal between No.10 and No.11 Downing Street - the offices of the Prime Minister and Chancellor.’
  • ‘Unfortunately, many travelers steer away from consolidators and discounted tickets because they are scared they will not receive a seat, they will miss their flight and their business trip or vacation will be ruined.’
  • ‘Airfare consolidators and discount travel specialists can create cheaper-than-ever globe-spanning itineraries by scouring the industry for closeout prices.’
  • ‘We are now the leading quoted mobile value-added service provider in Europe and have positioned ourselves as a key consolidator in the emerging mobile data market.’
  • ‘Check with the airline or consolidator for regional departure options’