lavador

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lavador (plural lavadors)

  1. a machine used in mining placer deposits, which washes paydirt slurries pumped into the top of machine, extracting pebbled ores though its sluice runs into its riffles, grates and miner's moss, a type of washplant

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

lavar +‎ -dor, or from Latin lavator, lavatōrem. Compare Spanish lavador, Italian lavatore, French laveur.

Noun[edit]

lavador m (plural lavadores, feminine lavadora, feminine plural lavadoras)

  1. washer (someone or something that washes)

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

lavar +‎ -dor, or Latin lavator, lavatōrem. Compare Portuguese lavador, Italian lavatore, French laveur.

Noun[edit]

lavador m (plural lavadores)

  1. washer (someone or something that washes)

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