Definition of Ejector

1. Noun. A person who ousts or supplants someone else.

Exact synonyms: Ouster
Generic synonyms: Individual, Mortal, Person, Somebody, Someone, Soul
Derivative terms: Oust



2. Noun. A mechanism in a firearm that ejects the empty shell case after firing.
Exact synonyms: Cartridge Ejector
Group relationships: Gun
Generic synonyms: Mechanism
Derivative terms: Eject

Definition of Ejector

1. n. One who, or that which, ejects or dispossesses.

2. n. That part of the mechanism of a breech-loading firearm which ejects the empty shell.

Definition of Ejector

1. Noun. One who, or that which, ejects or dispossesses. ¹

2. Noun. (mechanics) A jet jump for lifting water or withdrawing air from a space. {Ejector condenser} (Steam Engine), a condenser in which the vacuum is maintained by a jet pump. ¹

3. Noun. ejector seat: a pilot's seat in an airplane that can be forcibly ejected in the case of an emergency; then the pilot descends by parachute. ¹

4. Noun. That part of the mechanism of a breech-loading firearm which ejects the empty shell. ¹

5. Noun. A lever for removing circuit boards from an electronic chassis. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Ejector

1. one that ejects [n -S] - See also: ejects

Medical Definition of Ejector

1. 1. One who, or that which, ejects or dispossesses. 2. A jet jump for lifting water or withdrawing air from a space. Ejector condenser, a condenser in which the vacuum is maintained by a jet pump. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ejector

ejectees
ejectile
ejecting
ejection
ejection fraction
ejection murmur
ejection period
ejection seat
ejection seats
ejections
ejective
ejectives
ejectment
ejectments
ejector (current term)
ejector seat
ejectors
ejectosome
ejectosomes
ejects
ejido
ejit
ejoo
ejulation
ejusdem generis
eka-
eka-actinium
eka-aluminium
eka-aluminum

Literary usage of Ejector

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1. The Practice of the Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas, in Personal by William Tidd, Francis Joseph Troubat, Asa Israel Fish, Great Britain Court of Common Pleas, Great Britain Court of Exchequer, Great Britain Court of King's Bench (1856)
"... by the course of the court, no defence can it is said be made in this case, except by the defendant in ejectment, who is a real ejector. ..."

2. Proceedings by Institution of Municipal Engineers, London, Incorporated Association of Municipal and County Engineers, Association of Municipal and Sanitary Engineers and Surveyors (1882)
"Before describing the action of the ejector system as applied at Eastbourne, the author proposes to briefly state the reason for its adoption. ..."

3. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1910)
"1263 TESTING SUCTION GAS PRODUCERS WITH A KOERTING ejector CM ... the 22-hp engine was blanked and a Schutte-Koerting steam ejector of 12000-cu. ft. hourly ..."

4. The Science of Railways by Marshall Monroe Kirkman (1904)
"The “ejector” or jet pump is designed for use at railroad water stations, on construction ... Penberthy ejector. It is a device, simple in construction, ..."

5. The Science of Railways by Marshall Monroe Kirkman (1914)
"The "ejector" or jet pump is designed for use at railroad water stations ... 2 shows the position in which an ejector should be placed for high elevations. ..."

6. A Practical and Elementary Abridgment of the Cases Argued and Determined in by Elisha Hammond, Charles Petersdorff (1831)
"J session tenants in possession to legalize the service of a decl.inition in ejectment on them. casual ejector was refused. peor to be 8. ..."

7. American Sewerage Practice by Leonard. Metcalf, Harrison Prescott Eddy (1914)
"ejector and the inside of the ejector is open to the atmosphere through the automatic valve. The sewage therefore can flow from the sewers through the inlet ..."

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