experimentator

noun ex·per·i·men·ta·tor \ ek- , -ˌmen‧- -ātə- \

Definition of experimentator

plural -s

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Origin and Etymology of experimentator

Medieval Latin, from Late Latin experimentatus (past participle of experimentare to test by experience, from Latin experimentum test) + Latin -or


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