insufflator
noun see insufflation

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • insufflator — See insufflate. * * * …   Universalium

  • insufflator — noun A person who, or device that insufflates …   Wiktionary

  • insufflator — An instrument used in insufflation. * * * in·suf·fla·tor in(t) sə .flāt ər, in səf .lāt ər n a device used in medical insufflation (as of a drug) * * * in·suf·fla·tor (inґsə fla″tər) an instrument used in performing insufflation …   Medical dictionary

  • insufflator — in·suf·fla·tor || ɪnsÉ™fleɪtÉ™(r) / n. person or thing that blows into or upon …   English contemporary dictionary

  • insufflator — noun 1》 a device for blowing powder on to a surface to reveal fingerprints. 2》 an instrument for medical insufflation …   English new terms dictionary

  • insufflator — in·suf·fla·tor …   English syllables

  • insufflator — n. 1 a device for blowing powder on to a surface in order to make fingerprints visible. 2 an instrument for insufflating …   Useful english dictionary

  • insufflation — noun Etymology: Middle English insufflacion, from Late Latin insufflation , insufflatio, from insufflare to blow upon, from Latin in + sufflare to inflate, from sub + flare to blow more at blow Date: 15th century an act or the action of blowing… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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