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    #1

    Person giving aproval.


    Dear Teacher,

    Can I say “Person giving approval” for A person who gives approval to or agrees with a proposal (or a request) submitted to him or her? Is this word “Approver” written in any dictionary? It is because “Approver” is not available in any dictionaries?

    Thank you.
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    Piak

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    Re: Person giving aproval.

    I wouldn't use it- the person who gives approval would have a different job title, which would depend on the context.

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    Re: Person giving aproval.

    Thank you again, Tdol, it is a perfect answer for me

    All the best,
    Piak

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