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par·tic·i·pant

 (pär-tĭs′ə-pənt)
n.
One that participates, shares, or takes part in something.
adj.
Sharing in or taking part; participating.

par·tic′i·pance n.

par•tic•i•pant

(pɑrˈtɪs ə pənt)

n.
1. a person or group that participates.
adj.
2. participating; sharing.
[1520–30; < Latin]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.participant - someone who takes part in an activityparticipant - someone who takes part in an activity
attendee, meeter, attendant, attender - a person who is present and participates in a meeting; "he was a regular attender at department meetings"; "the gathering satisfied both organizers and attendees"
discussant - a participant in a formal discussion
associate - a person who joins with others in some activity or endeavor; "he had to consult his associate before continuing"
bride - a woman participant in her own marriage ceremony
groom, bridegroom - a man participant in his own marriage ceremony
masker, masquer, masquerader - a participant in a masquerade
partaker, sharer - someone who has or gives or receives a part or a share
player - an important participant (as in a business deal); "he was a major player in setting up the corporation"
retreatant - a participant in a religious retreat
2.participant - a person who participates in or is skilled at some gameparticipant - a person who participates in or is skilled at some game
contestant - a person who participates in competitions
ballplayer, baseball player - an athlete who plays baseball
billiard player - someone who plays billiards
bowler - a player who rolls balls down an alley at pins
card player - someone who plays (or knows how to play) card games
chess player - someone who plays the game of chess
dart player - someone who plays the game of darts
football player, footballer - an athlete who plays American football
golf player, golfer, linksman - someone who plays the game of golf
grandmaster - a player of exceptional or world class skill in chess or bridge
hockey player, ice-hockey player - an athlete who plays hockey
lacrosse player - an athlete who plays lacrosse
most valuable player, MVP - the player judged to be the most important to the sport
playmaker - a player in a team sport who leads attacks or maneuvers in such a way that a teammate can score
pool player - someone who shoots pool
scorer - a player who makes a score in a game or contest
seeded player, seed - one of the outstanding players in a tournament
server - (court games) the player who serves to start a point
shooter - (sports) a player who drives or kicks a ball at the goal (or a basketball player who shoots at the basket)
soccer player - an athlete who plays soccer
stringer - a member of a squad on a team; "a first stringer"; "a second stringer"
tennis player - an athlete who plays tennis
volleyball player - someone who plays the game of volleyball

participant

noun participator, party, member, player, associate, shareholder, contributor, stakeholder, partaker He was a reluctant participant in the proceedings.

participant

noun
One who participates:
Translations
účastník-ice
deltager
osallistujaosanottaja
rész vevő
òátttakandi
udeleženec
deltagare

participant

[pɑːˈtɪsɪpənt] N (in debate, fight, argument) → participante mf; (in competition) → concursante mf

participant

[pɑːrˈtɪsɪpənt] nparticipant(e) m/f
the course participants, the participants on the course → les participants au stage
an active participant → un participant actif

participant

nTeilnehmer(in) m(f) (→ in +gen, → an +dat); (in scuffle etc) → Beteiligte(r) mf (→ in +gen, → an +dat); the bank will not be a participant in this projectdie Bank wird sich nicht an diesem Vorhaben beteiligen

participant

[pɑːˈtɪsɪpənt] n participant (in)partecipante m/f (a)

participate

(paːˈtisipeit) verb
to be one of a group of people actively doing something. Did you participate in the discussion?
parˌticiˈpation noun
parˈticipant, parˈticipator nouns
a person who participates (in a particular activity). the participants in the Olympic Games.
References in classic literature ?
But this labor concluded, he may have thought it expedient to remove all participants in his secret.
The participants in it, instead of freighting an ungainly steam ferry--boat with youth and beauty and pies and doughnuts, and paddling up some obscure creek to disembark upon a grassy lawn and wear themselves out with a long summer day's laborious frolicking under the impression that it was fun, were to sail away in a great steamship with flags flying and cannon pealing, and take a royal holiday beyond the broad ocean in many a strange clime and in many a land renowned in history
By some subtle spiritual or physical alchemy observation had been transmuted into action--the sightseers had become participants in the spectacle--the audience had usurped the stage.
It was the first of a long series of such out- rages, of which I was doomed to be a witness and a participant.
Meriem was looking full into his face as she fought for freedom when there came over her a sudden recollection of a similar scene in which she had been a participant and with it full recognition of her assailant.
Observing it from the lofty stand-point of a non- participant, she was able, with the help of Mr.
And so our Bert Smallways became a participant in one of the most cold-blooded slaughters in the world's history, in which men who were neither excited nor, except for the remotest chance of a bullet, in any danger, poured death and destruction upon homes and crowds below.
With painful dejection he awaited the end of this action, in which he regarded himself as a participant and which he was unable to arrest.
I was an interested spectator of events, and, sometimes swept on by the rush, was myself a curious participant.
You certainly have the credit of being the first of us to find this out, and, as you say, it bears every mark of having been written by the other participant in last night's mystery.
During the OFC'99 meeting the participants agreed that NIST should determine an analysis method and apply it to the raw data to determine a grating parameter of interest.
Even though these participants each struggled with the amount of time they were away from their children due to their work schedule, they all seemed to work extremely hard at spending as much of their time outside of work with their children.