Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A termination of nouns of agent taken directly from the Latin, as creator, educator, liberator, or formed in English or New Latin, as detonator, corrugator, etc., from verbs of the Latin first conjugation, which have in English the suffix -ate. It also occurs in some nouns derived from nouns without an intermediate verb, as gladiator, senator.
“Adoro Michael Sheen é um ator de expressões e papéis fortes o que deu a saga uma nova cara apesar de sua participação ter sido em uma pequena parte do filme na minha opinião foram uma das melhores partes.”
“Twilight Brasil » Notícias » Casada com um ator de Crepúsculo: Como ele é realmente? says:”
“Hes my daughters inspiration to become an ator and this is something I certainly dont want her to see or it will rip her heart out!!”
“Goratrain and Ian-ator said ... firstname.lastname@example.org”
“Thick metal and concrete casing around the elev ator shaft at 1 World Trade Center building can be seen now.”
“When I was writing the Gordon-ator cover - before the expenses scandal - one of the most senior plotters told me not to underestimate the galvanic effect the election of a BNP MEP would have upon the Labour movement and its approach to the leadership question.”
“A state where everything of significance is now required to end with "ator.”
“Is that a soccer player on top of that palm tree or is the wreck-ator really telling me the only safe way to view Cake Wrecks is with my glasses on?”
“John Bindon his pterosaurs have the wing attached ator near the knee, not the ankle - not quite the same as Paul's model but not quite bat-like either”
“Mai pleh-sure Fleep – todai I has, won hardlee used parteekul ack-shell-ur-ator allaway frum Sweeden; onlee prollem, it mai end teh wurld… has bin sent bai Basement Cat aifinkso…”
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