One that creates or enacts laws, especially a member of a legislative body.(noun)
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Use "legislator" in a sentence
"Making a significant campaign contribution to a legislator is also conspiring to commit fraud."
"What matters to the legislator is the possibility of detaching the altar from the rear wall, not the celebration versus populum."
"I spoke with White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel today, and he said to me, look, don't expect the president to become what he called legislator in chief, but folks at the White House do point out that he's on the phone constantly with legislators."