Definitions of "conservator"
  1. An individual or organization designated by the court to manage and oversee the assets and affairs of another person who lacks the capacity to do so themselves
  2. An individual in an official role who has been given the responsibility to safeguard something that impacts the well-being and interests of the public
How to use "conservator" in a sentence
  1. The court appointed a conservator to manage the financial affairs of the elderly man who was diagnosed with dementia.
  2. The role of the conservator in the city is to ensure that public parks are maintained and protected for future generations.
  3. Following her mother's illness, Emma was appointed as the conservator to manage her mother's estate properly.

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