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- n. Alternative spelling of inflater.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See inflater.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an air pump operated by hand to inflate something (as a tire)
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The Hövding's puffy collar contains a nylon airbag with a gas inflator, which is triggered by sensors upon collision.
Real growth without the import price "inflator" was a decline of 1.3%.
Players' Association agrees to activate a 5 percent "inflator" clause, as it has consistently done.
Real growth without the import price "inflator" was a decline of 1. 3\%.
Like some other GM cars, a compact spare tire is a $100 option on both of our Cruzes; otherwise you get tire sealant and an inflator kit.
Use a worm inflator to keep it off the bottom and in the fish faces.
Ultimately, were the Congress to adopt a plan which encouraged people to opt into the plus accounts (by reducing benefits by changing to CPI inflator or by raising the age some more or some other combination of changes) then the deal might be a good one.
Honda says, “… we cannot be completely certain that the driver's airbag inflator in the vehicles being added to this recall at this time will perform as designed.”
Dealers will replace the air bag inflator free of charge.
The candidate, who is already viewed by many to be an inexperienced resume-inflator, says his financial situation "shouldn't matter" to voters.