locator - Wiktionary
locator
English
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Etymology
locate +‎ -or
Noun
locator (plural locators)
  1. One who, or that which, locates.
    I found the opening times for my local branch using the Web site's store locator.
  2. (US) One who locates, or is entitled to locate, land or a mining claim.
  3. (travel industry) The unique alphanumeric reference given to each travel booking.
Derived terms
Anagrams
carotol, cool art, crotalo
Latin
Pronunciation
Noun
locātor m (genitive locātōris); third declension
  1. letter, lessor (person who lets or hires)
  2. contractor
Declension
Third-declension noun.
CaseSingularPlural
Nominativelocātorlocātōrēs
Genitivelocātōrislocātōrum
Dativelocātōrīlocātōribus
Accusativelocātōremlocātōrēs
Ablativelocātōrelocātōribus
Vocativelocātorlocātōrēs
Verb
locātor
  1. second-person singular future passiveimperative of locō
  2. third-person singular future passiveimperative of locō
References
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