Definition of ratifier in English:

ratifier

noun

See ratify

‘Historians continue to deepen our understanding of how varied and occasionally contradictory were the intentions of various framers and ratifiers.’
  • ‘The ratifier analyses the answers according to the parameters, removes redundancies and evaluates the psychological profile of the candidate.’
  • ‘He felt that hypnotic physiological effects served as the most powerful ratifiers of trance experience.’
  • ‘Whose intentions or original meanings should prevail - those of Madison, of the Convention, or of the ratifiers?’
  • ‘It's true that the ratifier countries have a right to make their voice heard.’

Pronunciation

ratifier

/ˈradəˌfīr/ /ˈrædəˌfaɪr/