Definición de agitator en inglés:

agitator

Saltos de línea: agi|ta¦tor
Pronunciación: /ˈadʒɪteɪtə
 
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sustantivo

1A person who urges others to protest or rebel: a political agitator
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In the recent past, there have been protests wherein agitators had either blindfolded themselves or gagged their mouths to express their ire.
  • Furthermore, the authorities must speed up the investigative checks on the detained protesters to ensure that those who were lured into the protest by agitators are set free as soon as possible to return to their loved ones.
  • But for many the policy evokes a chapter of the country's history they would wish to forget - the McCarthy-inspired witch-hunts of the 1950s, aimed at rooting out communist agitators.
Sinónimos
2An apparatus for stirring liquid.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Inadequate agitation can result if the agitator control valve is not adjusted properly or if the pump has inadequate capacity.
  • Pressure at the spray nozzles is determined by the setting of the agitator control valve and the pressure regulator, the capacity of the pump and the pressure loss in lines and fittings between the pressure gauge and the nozzles.
  • Washing machines replaced the wash tub and their mechanical agitators replaced women poling their clothes in steaming, sudsy water.

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