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warrantor

Syllabification: war·ran·tor
Pronunciation: /ˈwôrəntər, ˈwä-
 
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Definition of warrantor in English:

noun

A person or company that provides a warranty.
Example sentences
  • If they don't call within a given period, the warrantor may attempt to decline coverage.
  • No warrantor may condition the continued validity of a warranty on the use of only authorized repair service and/or authorized replacement parts for non-warranty service and maintenance.

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