eductor
noun Etymology: Late Latin, one that leads out, from Latin educere Date: 1796 ejector 2

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Eductor — E*duc tor, n. [L., tutor.] One who, or that which, brings forth, elicits, or extracts. [1913 Webster] Stimulus must be called an eductor of vital ether. E. Darwin. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • eductor — /i duk teuhr/, n. ejector (def. 3). [1785 95; < LL: one who leads forth from. See EDUCE, TOR] * * * …   Universalium

  • eductor — courted …   Anagrams dictionary

  • eductor — educ·tor …   English syllables

  • eductor — /əˈdʌktə/ (say uh duktuh), /i / (say ee ) noun someone or something that educes …   Australian English dictionary

  • eductor — ktə(r) noun ( s) Etymology: Late Latin, one that leads forth, from Latin eductus + or : one that educes: as a. : ejector 2 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Eductor-jet pump — An eductor jet pump or aspirator can be used for draining areas which may contain combustible fluids (which could ignite if exposed to the workings of a standard electric or internal combustion powered pump) or high levels of debris which could… …   Wikipedia

  • Water eductor — A water eductor or water dredge is a tool used by underwater archaeologists to remove sediments from an underwater archaeological site. Airlifts may be used for the same purpose.It consists of a large bore straight tube to which is attached a… …   Wikipedia

  • courted — eductor …   Anagrams dictionary

  • Injector — An injector, ejector, steam ejector or steam injector is a pump like device that uses the Venturi effect of a converging diverging nozzle to convert the pressure energy of a motive fluid to velocity energy which creates a low pressure zone that… …   Wikipedia

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