Definition of participant
: one that participates participants in a contest
Examples of participant in a Sentence
he seemed to be a willing participant in the prank
Recent Examples of participant from the Web
The paper’s authors measured scenicness by asking volunteers to play an online game called Scenic-or-Not, which invites participants to look at photographs of neighbourhoods and rate their scenic value on a scale of one to ten.
Herpich and derby participants are appreciative that Oak Lawn's Public Works department gets the streets and barricades ready for the Derby and the Oak Lawn Police who are also on hand.
The nine men who emerged from a field of more than 7,200 participants after 10 days of play now have a chance to win a grand prize of more than $8.1 million and a gold title bracelet.
The participants, almost all of women, were divided into two groups.
Each participant may enter up to five high resolution photos or print photos no smaller than 4-inches-by-6-inches by September 4 to be considered for the contest.
Jonathan Harris and Matthew Levin, both 17 and students at Munster High School, are two of the youngest participants this year.
Or, like the study participants, build up to the outdoor workout by doing heat acclimation in a hot bath in the days before.
Cost is $20 per person and participants must be 12 or older.
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First Known Use of participant
PARTICIPANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of participant for English Language Learners
: a person who is involved in an activity or event : a person who participates in an activity or event
PARTICIPANT Defined for Kids
Definition of participant for Students
: a person who takes part in something contest participants
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