someone who contributes (or promises to contribute) a sum of money
a writer whose work is published in a newspaper or magazine or as part of a book
A benefactor; someone who donates to charity or some cause.
I am a longstanding financial contributor to Amnesty International.
A person who backs, supports or champions a cause, activity or institution.
He was a regular contributor to Greenpeace protests.
A person instrumental in the creation or growth of something.
With her strength and intelligence, she is an important contributor to the indigenous gene pool.
A person who produces articles published in a newspaper, magazine, online publication, etc.
William Safire has been a notable contributor to the op-ed pages of the New York Times for many years.
The numerical value of contributor in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of contributor in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
It's a very competitive labor market out there. And certainly, the biggest contributor to inflationary pressures that we're seeing in the business, we're spending a lot of money on signing and incentives.
The response of a single glacier does not imply that things have shifted, greenland is currently [ losing ] about 270 gigatons( a gigaton is a billion tons) of ice per year... its mass loss has been accelerating over the past decades, with Greenland being the single largest contributor to sea level rise.
He was a key contributor to the economic team as the country was fighting the worst recession since the Great Depression and will bring his keen analytical skills to helping to continue to strengthen the economy.
Charles Krauthammer, a syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor said that Tuesday’s revelation is simply part of a larger pattern of behavior by the former secretary of state :.
My daughter has been watching neighbors, friends and people she's never met around the world stand up to inequality and injustice and say,' You matter and we care,' i want her to not only watch that movement grow and grow, but I want her to be an active contributor and force for change.
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- поддръжник, благодетел, дописникBulgarian
- bidragyder, bidragsyderDanish
- apoganto, subtenanto, adepto, kunlaboranto, ano, kontribuantoEsperanto
- hyväntekijä, myötävaikuttaja, edistäjäFinnish
- contributeur, soumissionnaireFrench
- תורמת, תורםHebrew
- योगदान देने वालाHindi
- bidragsytar, bidragsyterNorwegian
- benemérito, adeptoPortuguese
- благоде́тель, благоде́тельницаRussian
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