- facilis descensus averni,
- facilis descensus averno,
- facing tool,
Origin of facilitator
Examples from the Web for facilitator
From there grew the idea that inflammation itself could be a facilitator of metastatic growth.
It appears the two Russians were the likely operatives and the Turk was more of a facilitator.
But he ended up governing like a facilitator, which is what the most successful Presidents have always done.
“They desperately want to at least get a foothold in the new Libya,” the Taliban facilitator says.
“Al Qaeda will not leave this place empty,” says the facilitator.
To-day the flow of the precious metals is natural, the indicator, facilitator, and safety-valve of international trade.The History of Currency, 1252 to 1896|William Arthur Shaw
1824, agent noun in Latin form from facilitate.