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war·ran·tor

 (wôr′ən-tər, -tôr′, wŏr′-) also war·rant·er (-tər)
n.
One that makes a warrant or gives a warranty to another.
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warrantor

(ˈwɒrənˌtɔː)
n
1. (Commerce) an individual or company that provides a warranty
2. (Law) an individual or company that provides a warranty
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war•ran•tor

(ˈwɔr ənˌtɔr, -tər, ˈwɒr-)

also war•rant•er

(-tər)

n.
a person who warrants or makes a warranty.
[1675–85]
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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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Translations

warrantor

[ˈwɒrəntɔːʳ] Ngarante mf
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warrantor

nGarantiegeber(in) m(f)
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Lawson, who previously was director of the Consumer Protection Division in the Florida Attorney General's office and was an assistant district attorney, explained that "this does not affect any affirmative duties on warrantors, such as stating if the warranty is full or limited This
"We submit that the upside down warranty is a grand scale of mismanagement- because the very essence of a warranty is that it must be free of charge- Extending the warranty can only mean extending the warrantors obligation to repair or replace PCOS defects for free," the affiants said.
Stopanska Bank-Skopje offers favorable loans for non-identified purposes that are without a deposit, warrantors and administrative ban.
--raises of the confidence at shareholders, warrantors and investors,
Embedded in social networks, the success of the elites within the field of economics still depends on the mobilization of help within kinship networks and the good will of the spirits who are perceived as warrantors of nutrition, wealth, and life in exchange for money, food, and rice alcohol provided to them in ritual offerings.
Jenard elaborates upon this point in discussing Article V of the Protocol to the Brussels Convention, which governs actions in Germany that are binding on certain third parties, such as guarantors or warrantors. Article V provides that "[a]ny effects which judgments given in [Germany] may have on third parties by application of [the provisions of the German codes of civil procedure] ...
Even in South Korea, Taiwan, and the Philippines, where the military's role as an agent of nation building had been less accentuated, the armed forces imagined themselves as the warrantors of national survival and defenders against communist subversion.