from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An instrument for applying something, such as medicine or glue.
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- n. A tool or device used to apply a fluid or semi-fluid substance to a surface.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who applies.
- n. A surgical instrument for applying anything, as caustic or a tent, to a deep-seated part.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a device for applying a substance
To ensure the safety of the contents inside, the label applicator lightly press down on the product just enough for the sticker to take hold.
Describe installation and configuration of RFID label applicator
New food label applicator delivers improved versatility at less cost
The applicator is a very thin brush, much like an eyeliner one.
The gloss comes out of a small hole in the tube's slanted-tip applicator, which is part of the tube.
If you apply an adhesive label, always use a full-size circular label to maintain symmetry and balance on the disc, and be sure to use a label applicator to center the label and smoothly apply it.
The applicator is a brush (which I happen to prefer over sponge tip!) and not only does it impart a high shine, it is pigmented too.
Stephanie Prior said: Nexplanon has a new preloaded applicator which is designed to reduce the risk of insertion difficulties and it is radio-opaque so that it can be identified on an
The packaging didn't really say whether or not there was some kind of applicator inside.
He or she must be an "applicator" first and a pilot second.