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EtymologyEdit

interrogate +‎ -or

NounEdit

interrogator (plural interrogators)

  1. One who interrogates; a person who asks questions; a questioner.
  2. A device that requests data from another device.
    • 2002, Mark Beaulieu, Wireless Internet applications and architecture (page 126)
      Any RFID interrogator within 30 meters can read an RFID tag in active mode.

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LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From interrogō (inquire, interrogate; argue).

PronunciationEdit

  • (Classical) IPA(key): /in.ter.roˈɡaː.tor/, [ɪn̪.t̪ɛr.rɔˈɡaː.t̪ɔr]

NounEdit

interrogātor m (genitive interrogātōris); third declension

  1. An interrogator.
  2. A wizard.

DeclensionEdit

Third-declension noun.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative interrogātor interrogātōrēs
Genitive interrogātōris interrogātōrum
Dative interrogātōrī interrogātōribus
Accusative interrogātōrem interrogātōrēs
Ablative interrogātōre interrogātōribus
Vocative interrogātor interrogātōrēs

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  • French: interrogateur
  • Italian: interrogatore

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