Definition of infiltrator in English:

infiltrator

Pronunciation /ˈinfilˌtrādər/ /ˈɪnfɪlˌtreɪdər/

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noun

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‘There was a keen awareness of the possibility of infiltrators and informers; people who turned up in Sudan and later Afghanistan were rigorously vetted.’
  • ‘He laid most of the blame for Friday's violence on infiltrators from the National Intelligence Service.’
  • ‘Apparently, Ray and Ribeiro went ahead with their undercover operations, using informers and infiltrators from the underworld.’
  • ‘Cyber protection systems should use covert identification programs to discover information about an infiltrator.’
  • ‘Not only the Governors but infiltrators in all other departments should be removed.’