Definition of protester in English:

protester

Line breaks: pro|test¦er
Pronunciation: /prəˈtɛstə(r)
 
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(also protestor)

noun

A person who publicly demonstrates opposition to something; a demonstrator: the decision was hailed by protesters against the closure as a triumph
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  • Youngsters in care made a direct plea to protesters opposing a new children's home.
  • The protesters say the land has been a play area for generations of children and there is nowhere else for them to go.
  • These have recently been installed and protesters claim they have been badly positioned.
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