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proponent

noun [C]  us   /prəˈpoʊ·nənt/
a person who supports an idea, plan, or cause: Long a proponent of government health insurance, he pointed out that millions of Americans have no health insurance at all.
Translations of “proponent”
in Chinese (Traditional) 提倡者,宣導者,辯護者…
in Russian сторонник, защитник…
in Turkish taraftar, destekleyici, savunucu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 提倡者,倡导者,辩护者…
in Polish zwolenni-k/czka…
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