composter

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compost +‎ -er

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composter (plural composters)

  1. A person or business that composts waste
    • 2007 October 10, J. Michael Kennedy, “Seattle’s Recycling Success Is Being Measured in Scraps”, New York Times:
      The company, the major composter in this area, will soon have much more trash coming its way because Seattle is making food waste yet another mandatory recycling ingredient in its already long list.
  2. A container for producing compost.
    • 2009 February 19, Tim Mckeough, “All Shades of Green”, New York Times:
      Ms. Fehrenbacher also liked the NatureMill, a small indoor composter made of recycled and recyclable polypropylene that converts food waste into fertilizer for houseplants and gardens.

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composter

  1. (transitive) To validate (a ticket) before boarding a train or a bus.

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