expenditor

noun ex·pen·di·tor

Definition of expenditor

plural

-s

  1. :  paymaster; specifically :  an officer formerly appointed in England to expend the money collected by tax for the repair of sewers

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Origin and Etymology of expenditor

Medieval Latin, from Latin expendere to expend, probably after Latin vendere to sell: venditor seller


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