Etymology
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interrogator (n.)

1751, from French interrogateur (16c.) or directly from Late Latin interrogator, agent noun from Latin interrogare "to ask, question" (see interrogation).

updated on December 21, 2015

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Definitions of interrogator from WordNet

interrogator (n.)
a questioner who is excessively harsh;
Synonyms: inquisitor
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