sander

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Etymology[edit]

sand + -er

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  • (US) IPA(key): /ˈsændɚ/
    A belt sander (machine used to mechanize the process of sanding)

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sander (plural sanders)

  1. A person employed to sand wood.
  2. A machine to mechanize the process of sanding.
  3. (railway) A device which spreads sand in snowy or icy conditions to improve traction.
  4. (archaic) Previously a small device resembling a saltshaker but containing sand that was shaken over a document to remove excess ink.

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