Definition of Aerators

1. Noun. (plural of aerator) ¹



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Definition of Aerators

1. aerator [n] - See also: aerator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aerators

aequihymeniiferous
aequorin
aequorins
aer-
aeratable
aerate
aerated
aerates
aerating
aeration
aeration basin
aeration zone
aeration zones
aerations
aerator
aerators (current term)
aercyst
aerenchyma
aerenchymae
aerenchymas
aerenchymous tissue
aerendocardia
aerial
aerial cableway
aerial camera
aerial ladder
aerial ladder truck
aerial mycelium
aerial photography
aerial ping pong

Literary usage of Aerators

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1. Recirculation edited by Peter W. Perschbacher (1995)
"Experiences in evaluating surface and diffused-air aerators. In: Fisheries Bioengineering ... Performance of surface aerators in saline pond waters. ..."

2. The Weekly Reporter by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords, Great Britain. Privy Council, Great Britain. Supreme Court of Judicature (1902)
"2Y¡e plaintiffs carried on business under the name of " aerators (Limited}" The defendants sought to register a company under the name of " Automatic ..."

3. Report of an Investigation of Water and Sewage Purification Plant in Ohio by Ohio State Board of Health, Charles Oliver Probst, R. Winthrop Pratt, Philip Burgess, A. Elliott Kimberly (1908)
"It is to be understood, of course, that the application of air to the strainers and aerators is carried out continuously not only during resting periods but ..."

4. Annual Report (1893)
"... factor in the keeping of milk only comparatively recently and during the past year there have been sent to us several forms of aerators and coolers with ..."

5. Journal of the Sanitary Institute by Sanitary Institute (Great Britain) (1897)
"It is intended that one of these blowers shall supply the strainers which are undergoing aeration, that another shall feed the aerators continuously, ..."

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