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participantnoun [C]

 us   /pɑrˈtɪs·ə·pənt/
a ​person who ​takespart in or ​becomesinvolved in a ​particularactivity: Participants in the ​experiment also ​keeptrack of what they ​eat and ​drink over three ​days so ​theireatinghabits can be ​evaluated.
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participantnoun [C]

uk   /pɑːˈtɪs.ɪ.pənt/  us   /pɑːrˈtɪs.ə-/
C1 a ​person who ​takespart in or ​becomesinvolved in a ​particularactivity
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participantnoun [C]

uk   us   /pɑːˈtɪsɪpənt/
someone who ​takespart in an ​event or ​activity: a participant in sth We need to ​double the ​number of participants in the ​annualstaffsurvey.
(Definition of participant from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “participant”
in Arabic مُشارِك…
in Korean 참여자…
in Portuguese participante…
in Catalan participant…
in Japanese 参加者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 参加者,参与者…
in Turkish katılımcı, iştirakçi, katılan kimse…
in Russian участник…
in Chinese (Traditional) 參加者,參與者…
in Italian partecipante…
in Polish uczestni-k/czka…
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