[ truhst-buhs-ter ]
/ ˈtrʌstˌbʌs tər /
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a federal official who seeks to dissolve business trusts, especially through vigorous application of antitrust regulations.
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British Dictionary definitions for trustbuster
/ (ˈtrʌstˌbʌstə) /
US informal a person who seeks the dissolution of corporate trusts, esp a federal official who prosecutes trusts under the antitrust laws
Derived forms of trustbustertrustbusting, noun
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