disburser : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n someone who spends money to purchase goods or services
- Because of his close friendship with Richard Fink, who left academic work to become a major executive with Koch Industries and the principal disburser of Koch Foundation funding .
- As the amiable, skeptical disburser of the income from Andrew Carnegie's steel-extracted $135,000,000, Keppel acted in the pedant-peppering spirit which prompted his 1938 blast at .
- He had the dubious distinction of being Japan's biggest disburser of public funds, having pushed through more than $300 billion in government projects.
- Francis Escudero in GMA news.tv
Under budget laws, the President is the sole issuer of intelligence funds. She is the disburser-in-chief of 'intel' money,Escudero said.