From King Dictionary of Contemporary English participant par‧tic‧i‧pant / pɑːˈtɪsəpənt $ pɑːr- / ●●○ AWL noun [countable ] TAKE PART/BE INVOLVED someone who is taking part in an activity or event participant in an active participant in the negotiations Examples from the Corpus participant • This summer's children's art program had 14 participants. • He is free to consider himself first and foremost a participant in the nationally important business of the Bundestag. • Reyes is an active participant in the protest movement. • In college they are expected to take more advanced course work than the typical community college participant. • There is a £10 entry fee and each participant should raise £50 in sponsorship in order to take part. • The organisers hope to encourage participants to create networks for the exchange of information on the development and use of alternative media. • Thus, if interest rates are expected to fall, market participants will be unwilling to sell bills outright to the Bank. • Though Mainly Mozart participants stay in donated hotel rooms or condos, the atmosphere is chummy. • It also demonstrated how volatile the presidential race is, with change an ever-present participant. • Shy participants are less inhibited about expressing themselves in this medium. • At the end of the conference, all the participants were asked to fill out a questionnaire. participant in • Participants in the 10 K run will receive a T-shirt. From King Business Dictionary participant par‧tic‧i‧pant / pɑːˈtɪsəpəntpɑːr- / noun [countable ] someone who is taking part in an activity or event participant in He was an active participant in the negotiations.