Definition of contester in English:

contester

Pronunciation /kənˈtestər/ /ˈkänˌtes-/

noun

See contest

‘That practice has stopped when parents / contesters decided to move courts.’
  • ‘Contesting a patent creates many benefits, and the contester gets only a fraction of them.’
  • ‘She suggests that sports ‘both objectify social divisions and nationalist sentiments and point to an alliance between contesters, a shared fanaticism’.’
  • ‘Many thanks to all 583 contesters who participated.’
  • ‘John is a world-class contester with many #1 finishes and records to his credit.’