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 (wôr′ən-tər, -tôr′, wŏr′-) also war·rant·er (-tər)
One that makes a warrant or gives a warranty to another.
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1. (Commerce) an individual or company that provides a warranty
2. (Law) an individual or company that provides a warranty
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(ˈwɔr ənˌtɔr, -tər, ˈwɒr-)

also war•rant•er


a person who warrants or makes a warranty.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.warrantor - one who provides a warrant or guarantee to another
sponsor, supporter, patron - someone who supports or champions something
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[ˈwɒrəntɔːʳ] Ngarante mf
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nGarantiegeber(in) m(f)
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The state is no longer the sovereign provider of infrastructure networks, but merely the ultimate warrantor should privately provided services and market mechanisms fail.
Furthermore, the researchers (Heung and Cheng, 2000; Kozak and Rimmington, 2000; Caruana et al., 2000; Baker and Crompton, 2000) consider that perceived quality is a kind of warrantor of satisfaction of customers.
The fourth individual Simeonovic was allegedly in touch with was only identified by his kunya Abu Qatada, (125) an Islamic State operative who apparently functioned as a warrantor for seven Germans who were about to leave to the caliphate at the time Simeonovic wrote the notes.
The likes of Racing Pulse, Warrantor and Waldorf Salad would be interesting if they crept in at the bottom of the weights.
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