English translation of 'sostenitore'
masculine noun, feminine noun
- (di partito, candidato)
- (di tesi)
- (di partito, candidato)
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'sostenitore' in Other Languages
British English: supporter /səˈpɔːtə/ NOUN
Supporters are people who support someone or something, for example a political leader or a sports team.
...supporters of the football team.
- American English: supporter
- Arabic: مُؤَيَّد
- Brazilian Portuguese: apoiante
- Chinese: 支持者
- Croatian: podupiratelj
- Czech: fanoušek
- Danish: tilhænger
- Dutch: supporter
- European Spanish: seguidor
- Finnish: kannattaja
- French: supporter sport
- German: Anhänger Fan
- Greek: υποστηρικτής
- Italian: sostenitore
- Japanese: 支持者
- Korean: 지지자
- Norwegian: supporter
- Polish: zwolennik
- European Portuguese: adepto
- Romanian: suporter
- Russian: сторонник
- Latin American Spanish: seguidor
- Swedish: anhängare
- Thai: ผู้สนับสนุน
- Turkish: taraftar
- Ukrainian: прихильник
- Vietnamese: người ủng hộ
British English: advocate NOUN
An advocate of a particular action or plan is someone who recommends it publicly.
He was a strong advocate of free market policies and a multi-party system.
British English: backer NOUN
A backer is someone who helps or supports a project, organization, or person.
I was looking for a backer to assist me in the attempted buy-out.
British English: believer NOUN
a believer in sth If you are a great believer in something, you think that it is good, right, or useful.
Mum was a great believer in herbal medicines.
British English: proponent NOUN
If you are a proponent of a particular idea or course of action, you actively support it.
He was a leading proponent of the values of progressive education.
British English: well-wisher NOUN
Well-wishers are people who hope that a particular person or thing will be successful, and who show this by their behaviour.
The main street was lined with well-wishers.
Translation of sostenitore from the Collins Italian to English
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