Definitions for abettor

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. abettor, abetter(noun)

    one who helps or encourages or incites another

Wiktionary

  1. abettor(Noun)

    One that abets; one that incites; instigates; encourages.

  2. Origin: From abettour, from abeter + -our.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Abettor(noun)

    one who abets; an instigator of an offense or an offender


Translations for abettor

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  • подстрека́телBulgarian
  • Anstifter, AnstifterinGerman
  • cómpliceSpanish
  • avunantaja, yllyttäjäFinnish
  • complice, incitateur, incitatriceFrench
  • compliceInterlingua
  • fomentatore, agitatore, fiancheggiatore, fomentatrice, agitatrice, favoreggiatore, istigatrice, favoreggiatrice, aizzatore, complice, istigatore, fiancheggiatrice, aizzatriceItalian
  • 共犯者, 教唆者, 教唆犯Japanese
  • opstoker, medeplichtige, aanstichterDutch
  • cúmplicePortuguese
  • соо́бщник, подстрека́тельница, посо́бник, соуча́стница, посо́бница, соуча́стник, соо́бщница, подстрека́тельRussian
  • medhjälpareSwedish

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