Simple Definition of legislator
: a person who makes laws : a member of a legislature
Examples of legislator in a sentence
Write to your state legislator.
<the legislators met in an all-night session to hammer out the details of the bill>
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LEGISLATOR Defined for Kids
Definition of legislator for Students
: a person who makes laws and is a member of a legislature
Origin and Etymology of legislator
Latin legis lator, literally, proposer of a law, from legis (genitive of lex law) + lator proposer, from ferre (past participle latus) to carry, propose
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