Definition of embracer in English:



See embrace

  • ‘The old-age embracers don't see it as an obsession, of course.’
  • ‘By now you're probably just begging for a comparison to those other recent country-educated embracers of technology, Wilco, and public servant that I am, I'll oblige.’
  • ‘Dell has been one of the most aggressive embracers of offshoring operations to the third-world.’
  • ‘Whitman was our supreme compassionater and warm embracer.’
  • ‘French by birth, he is American in spirit - a driving entrepreneur, irritated by the inefficiency of the old school, an eager embracer of technology.’