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antitruster

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

antitrust +‎ -er

NounEdit

antitruster (plural antitrusters)

  1. (US) A government agent who investigates monopolies.
    • 1982, Business week (issues 2737-2745)
      For the first time, the antitrusters will lay out some "safe harbors," defining mergers that will virtually never be questioned. That will be an important weapon for managements that must fight legal challenges from customers []