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protesternoun [C]

also protestor uk   /prəˈtes.tər/ us   /prəˈtes.tɚ/
someone who shows that they disagree with something by standing somewhere, shouting, carrying signs, etc.

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protesternoun [C]

uk   /prəˈtestər/ us  
someone who protests publicly about something, especially as part of a group: Up to 100,000 protesters are expected to march. anti-war/civil rights protesters
someone who complains strongly about something: fuel/tax protesters The party leadership has backed fuel protesters and their calls for lower petrol taxes.
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Translations of “protester”
in Arabic مُحتَجّ…
in Korean 시위자…
in Portuguese manifestante…
in Catalan manifestant…
in Japanese 抗議する人, 抗議者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 抗议者…
in Turkish protestocu, karşı çıkanlar…
in Russian протестующий…
in Chinese (Traditional) 抗議者, 抗議人士…
in Italian manifestante…
in Polish protestując-y/a, demonstrant/ka…
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