noun ob·ser·va·tor \ˈäbzərˌvātər, -bsə-, -zə(r)ˌvātə(r), -ātə-\

Definition of observator



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Origin and Etymology of observator

Middle French observateur, from Latin observator, from observatus (past participle of observare) + -or

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a trip made at another's expense

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