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sympathizer

noun [C] (UK usually sympathiser) uk   /ˈsɪm.pə.θaɪ.zər/  us   /-zɚ/
a person who supports a political organization or believes in a set of ideas: He had been a known IRA sympathizer.
Translations of “sympathizer”
in Korean 지지자…
in Arabic مُتعاطِف…
in Portuguese simpatizante…
in Catalan simpatitzant…
in Japanese 支持者…
in Italian sostenitore, -trice, simpatizzante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 支持者, 信奉者…
in Russian сторонник, сочувствующий…
in Turkish taraftar, yandaş, sempatizan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 支持者, 信奉者…
in Polish sympaty-k/czka…
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