Definitions and Examples of partner, member, participant
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
A person who shares in a business or activity with another person or people.
She is my business partner and we work together on all major decisions.
A person or entity that belongs to a group or organization.
He is a member of the local gym and goes there every day to exercise.
A person who takes part in an event or activity.
The conference organizers invited her to be a participant in the panel discussion.
Key Differences: partner vs member vs participant
- 1Partner implies a close relationship between two or more people who share in a business or activity.
- 2Member refers to a person or entity that belongs to a group or organization, regardless of their level of involvement.
- 3Participant describes someone who takes part in an event or activity, but may not necessarily have a long-term commitment to it.
Effective Usage of partner, member, participant
- 1Business: Use partner to describe someone who shares in a business or activity with you.
- 2Organizations: Use member to refer to someone who belongs to a group or organization.
- 3Events: Use participant to describe someone who takes part in an event or activity.
The antonyms of nonpartner have distinct meanings. Partner implies a close relationship, member refers to belonging to a group, and participant describes taking part in an event. Use these words appropriately in business, organizations, and events to convey the right meaning.