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Definition of "collator" [col•la•tor]

  • A person who collates (noun)
  • A machine that selects, merges and matches decks of punch cards; a program that merges files (noun)
  • A police officer who maintains criminal records and analyzes them for intelligence (noun)

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Use "collator" in a sentence
  • "The man taking the minutes during the meeting and the collator of the official Nazi figures of Jews in Europe was SS Officer Adolf Eichmann."
  • "The BIU (intel unit) had more staff working day shifts, than I was able to find for most late turns. goes back to the old collator … there was one of him, but nowadays, (mis) information, intelligence and brifings is a growth industry …. on February 8, 2007 at 9: 41 pm | Reply Big Fella in Blue"
  • "Then civilianisation began to creep in and within no time at all information from the collator became difficult to access, SOCO only attended certain jobs and Admin became a nightmare."