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ag·i·ta·tor

 (ăj′ĭ-tā′tər)
n.
1. One who agitates, especially one who engages in political agitation.
2. An apparatus that shakes or stirs, as in a washing machine.
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agitator

(ˈædʒɪˌteɪtə)
n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who agitates for or against a cause, etc
2. (General Engineering) a device, machine, or part used for mixing, shaking, or vibrating a material, usually a fluid
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ag•i•ta•tor

(ˈædʒ ɪˌteɪ tər)

n.
1. a person who stirs up others in favor of a political, social, or other cause or urges them to militant action.
2. a machine or device for agitating and mixing.
[1730–40]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.agitator - one who agitatesagitator - one who agitates; a political troublemaker
bad hat, mischief-maker, trouble maker, troublemaker, troubler - someone who deliberately stirs up trouble
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agitator

noun troublemaker, revolutionary, inciter, firebrand, instigator, demagogue, rabble-rouser, agent provocateur, stirrer (informal) a famous actress who was accused of being a political agitator
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agitator

noun
One who agitates, especially politically:
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Translations
مُهَيِّج، مُثِير لِلفِتَن
agitátor
agitatorurostifter
agitátor
áróîursmaîur
kışkırtıcıtahrikçi

agitator

[ˈædʒɪteɪtəʳ] N
1. (Pol) → agitador(a) m/f
2. (Chem) → agitador m
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agitator

[ˈædʒɪteɪtər] nagitateur/trice m/f (politique)
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agitator

n
(= person)Agitator(in) m(f)
(= device)Rührwerk nt, → Rührapparat m
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agitator

[ˈædʒɪteɪtəʳ] n (Pol) (usu pej) → agitatore/trice
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agitate

(ˈӕdʒiteit) verb
1. to make (someone) excited and anxious. The news agitated her.
2. to try to arouse public feeling and action. That group is agitating for prison reform.
3. to shake. The tree was agitated by the wind.
ˈagitated adjective
ˌagiˈtation noun
ˈagitator noun
a person who tries constantly to stir up public feeling. a political agitator.
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