Definition of defeater in English:

defeater

Line breaks: de|feat¦er
Pronunciation: /dɪˈfiːtə
 
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noun

A person or thing that defeats or conquers someone or something: the onset of hopelessness is the great defeater
More example sentences
  • He is not going to be the defeater in that district no matter what happens.
  • Evidence is ordinarily regarded as conclusive, not when it eliminates every conceivable defeater, but when it eliminates all relevant defeaters.
  • Ronald Reagan is now being proposed as a replacement on the US dime or 10 cent piece for Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the defeater of the Axis.

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