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Autor:  Dale/RS
E-mail:  dale.thomas@hy.com.br
Data:  25/JAN/2006 2:30 PM
Assunto:  Does the form "donator" actually means t
 
Mensagem: 

"Donator" means someone who donates.  The word doesn't seem as widely used as "donor" which, by the way, has some scientific meanings that "donator" doesn't have. 

 

I can't recall hearing "blood donator", but I suppose it's possible.  The usual term is "blood donor".  And there are heart donors, organ donors, etc.


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donors - donate  –  Jeffy  24/JAN/2006, 9:41 PM
donors - donate  –  Tom  25/JAN/2006, 2:43 AM
Does the form "donator" actually means t  –  Fabricioaugusto  25/JAN/2006, 11:23 AM
 Does the form "donator" actually means t  –  Dale/RS  25/JAN/2006, 2:30 PM
Does the form "donator" actually means t  –  Fabricioaugusto  25/JAN/2006, 2:37 PM
Does the form "donator" actually means t  –  Dale/RS  25/JAN/2006, 3:54 PM

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